Question about Cameras
If the camera was dropped into salt water, "game over" fresh water! then the device must be stripped down in the first hour to have a chance, all parts must be cleaned with an alcohol base solution to remove water stains from boards and lens. The ic pins will corrode quickly and move into the casing making the camera unusable, I suggest you don't sink any money into the item because the damage from your description indicates it is already to late.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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