Question about Casio EX-V8 Digital Camera
If its purely water damage, you might be able to extract the water and get it working again. It needs to get all of the water out of it, you can put it into a ziploc bag with either a bunch of silica gel packets (like you get in food or shoes) or some uncooked rice and leave it for a few days. Each one of these should help to remove and moisture in the camera.
If that doesn't work, its probably not worth getting it repaired. There is the initial damage that has occurred (battery damage) as well as moisture between lenses and potential salt/contaminates left behind on the circuit board that can cause corrosion. If drying it out doesn't work, you'd probably be better off with a new one
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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