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Water damege I dropped my camara in a lake and I let it dry out, and now everything seems to be working fine, exepet that the lens is foggy. How can I fix it? Will it eventally dry out?

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That depens if the fog is inside or outside, outside it usually dries faster than inside. You are advised to let it dry at least another 24 hours , if the lens is still foggy after that , thab you must go to a repair shop to let it be cleaned.

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