Question about Cameras
Ok I had this happen to me short story simple it was a wedding and one guy was getting out of hand and I ended up in the pond.
ok this might not work but we will see..
gotta dry it out as much as possible do not do anything to it try to turn it on or anything
remove the batteries and any installed cards
find a nice warm spot for it.
use a blow dryer
I let mine dry for a day and nothing let it sit for a week in a really warm spot and it worked.
this might not work for you but if you have pictures on your camera then hopefully it will allow you to remove the pictures from your internal memory.
good luck and keep me posted.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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