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Camera fell in water for a brief moment(quick save) Camera will not power on. Is there any hope?

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Remove all batteries. Let it completely dry before trying to restart. If it doesn't, you probably have lost it. I've had about 50% luck when this ever happened to me whenver water comes into contact with cameras, camcorders, laptops, etc. You can also try putting a dessicant like moisture stop in a tight container along with the camera for a few days. Sometimes that will remove all moisture. There are also sprays made that remove moisture. I think Radio Shack sells one. Hope this helps.

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2. Immerse the camera in alchol complety. It basically substitutes water (removes moisture) and vaporises quickly. Dry it completly and test it with battery.

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