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Old 09-11-2012, 09:08 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by jenseib View Post
I have to ask, since I have the same fuji camera...I know we are supposed to do something after having it in water...Do we rinse it or soak it to get the salt off? I haven't used it in water for over a year, and even then I didn't use it IN the water too much. This time I plan to snorkel and bring it along too.
Do NOT do anything to the camera after snorkeling!!! This has actually been a topic of discussion since I got home this year w/ keishashadow. She rinses her water cameras and does everything according to directions, and they don't last but a couple years for her.

I use ours EVERY summer in the ocean and NEVER rinse it, and I've never had 1 problem with it (you watch...I just jinxed myself ) Never had a salt 'residue' or anything...actually, sometimes the worst problem is a water droplet ON the lens and I don't notice it until I look at the picture on my computer! So, if there's an ABOVE water picture you really want, take a few (it's actually easier to see what you're shooting at under the water )

I'm unsure what your directions may be to take care of your camera, but I certainly would NOT open it and rinse anything inside. After all...it's sealed and not supposed to get wet inside.

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