Question about Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-P200 Digital Camera
My camera fell in the water on the beach. although it was only in the water for not more than 3 seconds. now it doesnt switch on. i have managed to clear the sand from some areas, but the lens is open and it doesnt switch on. how much damage would there be and is it repairable ? please help !! Thanks
Salt is electrically conductive when in fluid (water) so when it happened i hope you pulled out the battery and protected the delicate lenses. a digital cam, is very delicate but their are companys that repair water damaged goods like mobile phones etc! just look them up in the yellow pages etc... avoid trying to switch it on until it gets repaired, but the mem card should still be fine depending on how long it was wet for! good luck!
Posted on Sep 22, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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