From: Peter Jason <>
Subject: Re: How to undamage the camera?
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From: Peter Jason <>
Subject: Re: How to undamage the camera?
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2018 08:06:25 +1100
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On Sat, 20 Jan 2018 14:48:10 -0500, micky<>

>It turns out I left my beloved point & shoot camera in the trunk of my
>car, from Thanksgiving day until today.   I last used it half-way back
>from Florida, and I've been in Baltimore, Md. where it's rained on a few
>days and the temp was down to 10F at night on several days in a row. 
>OTOH, the trunk is dry, no condensation like in a previous car, the
>carpet is dry, the cordboard boxes are like new, and the outside of the
>camera, including the leaves that cover the lens, look no different than
>before.   A Samsung WB35F, and was in a little, partly closed woven
>polyester or nylon bag. 
>Have I damaged the camera.  Or do I need to take any precaution to avoid
>damaging it now?   I took it out of the car to a 70^F house.  
>Do I need to wait before I use it. 

I have dried out equipment (calculators, timers) by putting these in
an oven overnight at 35-40degC.