Question about Samsung Cameras
No, sorry. Seawater is every bit as bad as crushing or fire to any unprotected electronic devices.
Your camera is a total loss. The only faint chance of saving it would have been to immediately remove the battery and memory card and to immerse it in a large bucket of de-ionised fresh water (as used in car batteries and steam irons)... not exactly the sort of thing most folks have access to at sea or on the beach. Even then the chances of saving it would have been almost zero.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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