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And you want to get them out ? use a vacuum cleaner. But your camera is most likely damaged.

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Sorry but saltwater is the worst thing after fire or total crushing that any electronic device can be exposed to. Salt causes physical and chemical damage which is near impossible to reverse. You might not have seen any water inside the camera, but it only takes a tiny amount to destroy a digital camera.

Your camera may look ok, but it's a write-off. It's impossible to remove all residual salt which will continue to corrode circuitry inside the camera. Any tiny pockets of trapped saltwater are eletcrically conductive and will cause electronic faults, any condensation which occasionally gets into all cameras just dissolves trapped salt to effectively become seawater.

The only hope would have been to immediately remove the battery and memory cards and then to immerse the camera in de-ionised water, but even then the camera would likely have been ruined. Leaving it to dry out for two days has simply ensured that remaining salt deposits are now buried deeply within the components and absorbent materials used in the camera.

Sorry to disappoint you, but your only hope is that the camera was insured against accidental damage. Even then, the insurer may refuse to pay by arguing that your camera was put at unnecessary risk by not being in a waterproof housing.

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Mi camara v1253 kodak prende y rapido se apaga.


La camara de KODAK tiene ese problema mucho no compres Kodak compra Nikon i tira la Kodak porque ese problema no se pude arreglar cuest mas el arreglo que la camara.

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