Sorry about that, my friend. I hope it all works out. I love my R, but after building my lens stable I will probably use it as a backup to a higher level model. I am adverse, personally, to going out in the rain so this probably won't happen to me.Thanks for all the helpful tips and tricks!
The camera was left in pretty warm room in a sealed bag with rice overnight for 12 hours since it wasn’t really wet wet. It works just fine now and had cleared all up before I went to bed, but left it in there overnight.
I’m very happy it works of course, but I still can’t really believe that small amount of weather nearly took it out.. we have a lot of weather here and I’ve always found it exciting to shoot in the rain and snow, but with the R I can’t, the snow should be fine, but in the words of Blind Melon, no rain.
Yes, the lens was attached and it was absolutely no issue and none of the lids or battery and SD door or mount had any moisture. It was just the EVF.