Question about Cameras
CONDENSATION,OPERATION PAUSED FOR LONG TIME
You are not providing much to go on, but if you are having a problem with condensation, try packing the camera in a ziplock bag with a bunch of desiccant packs (the little packets that come in vitamin and other bottles with supplements) and leave it in there for a few days, the desiccant packs may absorb the moisture. Keep it in a warm place so that the moisture remains as water vapor so it can escape from wherever it is trapped. With a little luck this might absorb enough of the trapped water vapor to help.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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