As a nice compromise between taking decent photographs and not being weighed down by 15 lbs of gear, I bought a NEX-3N for summer travels. It performed great--up until I fell into a river. At least five or so minutes had elapsed between complete submersion in grimy river water, and being able to remove the battery pack. It was making some pretty awful noises before I pulled the battery out, and you could clearly see droplets of water on the inner glass of the lens. I was stuck on an island, so the best I could do was stick it in a bag of rice for a couple weeks (which probably did a fair bit of damage on its own). I just got home yesterday, and tested out the camera. Guess what? It worked perfectly! I have yet to thoroughly inspect the image quality, but the lens and camera are fully functional. Is this normal? Should I not get my hopes up yet--i.e. will it be highly prone to spontaneous failure? I know for a fact that I dramatically shortened the 16-50mm kit lens' life--it'll only be a matter of time before fungus and whatnot will get the better of it. But does the camera body stand a solid chance? Do you think I can proceed to use the camera like normal?