Hopefully this guy will read my comment about drying the camera out with rice as was done in this post from 2009 here on planet5D… always remember – if electronics get wet, dry them as best as you can (without heat) – and then place them in a big bag of uncooked white rice for a few days. The rice should absorb the moisture.
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Actually the water doesn't usually totally destroy electronics right off the bat – in fact, many electronic parts can be washed in purified water (or some even wash their keyboards in the dishwasher)… as long as they get dried properly and there isn't debris clogging up the circuits, your electronics may indeed work.
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