Question about Canon PowerShot A95 Digital Camera
My camera was in the same bag as a bottle of water. Unfortunately, the bottle wasn't closed tight enough and the camera got soaked. We took out the batteries and memory card when we realized what happended and left the camera that way for a couple days to dry out. That was a few months ago. Since then the camera works but drains the batteries in a day. We have tried this several times and each time the new batteries drain. I tried cleaning the battery contacts with rubbing alchol, but the batteries still drain. I took the camera to one repair shop and they said they would need to send it out for repair... minimum of $100. They did not know what was wrong with it. I'm wondering whether to take it someplace else or if I need to just replace it. Thank you.
Replace it a wet damged camera seldom survives
Posted on Jul 29, 2007
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