yesterday I have a fatal accident -well, luckily it was not fatal at all for me, but it was for my camera. Trying to capture some nice shots of an spectacular beach we have around here, I slipped on a rock and fell. The result for my camera was that it got an awful bath: since my right arm got the worst part when falling I couldn't help the camera getting into the water for a second. the help I need is obviously for trying to bring it back to life. Of course, now it won't turn on at all. I'm trying to disassemble it in order to dry well the different parts. I'm most worried for the shutter and the digital part of the camera. This is something I have to try on my own: the camera being a Nikon D100, sending it for a professional repair would very likely be as much as getting a new (second hand) one. So any tips on what and how to do the repair? It would be much appreciated. By the way, the lens suffered obviously the same luck. It's a nice ED AF-S Nikkor 24-85mm G. I'm thinking of also a basic disassembling to dry it the best I can. Appart from that, leaving it under the sun the most I can. Maybe I can after all use the lens longer. The camera, though, worries me the most.