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Fell in sea / wont turn on

The camera fell in sea water and blacked out.I tried to soak the water with a dry cloth. Then i tried to switch it on but it wont start. Please help me cause i had borrowed it from someone and return back. Thx Dollar

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Would you like the bad news or worse news first? salt water begins to corrode almost instantly (bad news) time to buy someone a new cam (worse news) sorry

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