My camera fall into the bathtub,while trying to take my baby photos.I allowed dry but since then when I take pics in a well lit enviroment,It come out all whitish and with lines on the diplay what can I do to rememdy this ?
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It's probably fried by the water. Your only hope is to set it aside for a couple weeks, and let it thoroughly dry out, then try it again. But probably you already tried to turn this one on while it was still wet, and that fried the circuitry. If so, you're outta luck. Sorry! Next time something electronic gets wet, do that but don't EVER try to turn it on while it's still wet.Gotta give it LOTS of time to dry out inside in order to have any hope of a recovery.
Check your lens. Clean with soft cloth they sell at most camera stores. If this does not resolve. You should bring it back to the store if its only 3 months they will give you hassle but its worth if for working camera
Copy the existing photos on to your PC, switch off the camera. Remove the SD card and format the SD-card using a SD-card reader, this will clear all the card contents. Now try using it in your Camera again. Ideally, you should be able to save photos on this SD card. Other way would be to insert another SD card into your camera and click photos and check whether those photos are being saved into the SD card(this can be done using display option in your digicam.)
Wet and camera do not mix - wet onto the circuit board will cause a short and blow stuff.
There is nothing to repair- cameras like other small electronics are machine made in a single piece.
You can ask Panasonic via the support site - but I fear it is new camera time.