Unfortunately Nikon does not repair water damaged equipment. In fact, they won’t even look at it. The good news is, Advance Camera can help. Assuming it was fresh water damage, the battery is taken out immediately (before the camera was turned on) and the camera is brought in to the store as soon as possible. The likelihood of us being able to repair the camera is high. We have an $80 minimum labor charge to completely disassemble the camera, clean all the contacts, switches and connectors and then check the camera out. In this situation, we were able to repair the camera. The cost to clean the camera throughout, clean the sensor and update the firmware was $290 and the minimum labor charge was applied to the total cost.