To Repair or Not to Repair?

Started Oct 29, 2012 | Discussions thread
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That's encouraging, but...
In reply to Kurt W, Oct 30, 2012

Kurt W wrote:

cyainparadise wrote:

You might try putting the camera above a warm air vent. Open all the doors on the camera. Put a body cap loosely on the body. This might help speed up the drying process.

In the mean time, i wouldn't play around with the camera, as the moisture that is causing problems, might cause a short that could do damage.

Did the same thing with a Sony super zoom it took a week but one the moisture was out it performed as new


Didn't the lens have any spots or streaks left over after the water dried?


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