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My camera got wet in the snow and it comes on but

My camera was left outside in the snow for 4 days and it comes on but the lens is fuzzy when you go to take a picture will it dry out and be fine or is it to damaged?

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Hello

Ok, you just might be able to safe this device, but, there is a possibillity that yoou need to send the camera in so that the dried damp on the inside of the lens itself can be removed.

This is something that i suggest that you do not try yourself, as the disassembley of the lens is a very complicated task.

If the damp inside the lens is still wet, put the camera in a sealed container with about 3 cups of rice. Leave it in the sealed container for about 3 days.

If this does not work, the water damp is already dried, thus, the lens itself needs to be disassembled. This will cost about $40 to repair.

Hope this can be of help.

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Andrea

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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