Question about Casio Exilim EX-S600 Digital Camera
I was shooting a video (with me in it) and i didn't have my tri pod so I supidly put my camera on a rock stupidly ignoreing the fact that the rock was so close to water I walk away from the camera a little ways and when I looked back it was almost completely submirsed in water!!! I AM FREAKING OUT!!!! PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN!!!!
DO NOT TURN IT ON!!! Open all ports, battery bay (remove batteries and discard if not rechargeable), card door etc and let the camera and card dry for days before trying. Dry off any areas you can see that are wet immediately and the card. Once dry for sure, download the images and don't put the card back in yet. Try turning it back on with new batteries (if applicable). If it works, format the card and count every photo you get lucky. Download regularly. Any rusting damage that has begun may continue to degrade the electronics over time until it quits. You can also send it away through your local camera store but don't expect good news in case its bad news.
Posted on Sep 14, 2007
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