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Have you tried below steps
1Turn the camera off. You do not want any power going to the wet circuitry. Your camera has a better chance of surviving immersion if there was no power to cause a short circuit when it fell in the water.
2Remove the batteries and the memory card from the camera. Leave the battery compartment and memory card slot open so that any accumulated water can evaporate.
3Wipe any external water from the camera and remove any lenses or attachments, if possible. This will prevent further condensation from forming in the camera.
4Place the camera in a bowl and cover it with dry white rice. The rice will absorb moisture. Check the rice every few days, until the rice is dry and there is no sign of moisture.
5Replace the batteries and memory card, then turn on the camera. If the camera does not work, it may require more extensive repair performed by a professional.
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Thanks for that. Guess I am at step two for a while then!