Taking it for a dip in the ocean gives you something just short of a heart attack. Okay, so story time. Were in Nova Scotia for a vacation, and we just got to our second overnight spot. Its right by the water and my first instinct is always to grab the camera and check the surf. If its good, I grab a surf board. If its not, I shoot. It wasn't great, so I decided to shoot. Finding an outcrop of rocks, I decided some long exposures of rocks would be fun. With Pan F 50 loaded in the hasselblad and my d50 to meter, I climbed over a bunch of rocks and found the perfect composition. I failed to realize that a wave was coming straight for where I was standing. It launched up the rock, soaking me, my camera bag, exposed d50, and phone/iPod. I thought my throat was going to close up as I looked down to see my d50 absolutely pouring water. Being 15, I was more or less holding the net worth of my life in my hands. I grabbed the nearest peice of dry cloth I could find and did my best to get the water off. It was still displaying the number of shutter accusations left which was good, but I didn't dare turn it on yet. I came home and cleaned it the best I could with a little fresh water and tissue. Everything seems to be working and water free. I think we can thank Nikons weather seals. But man, it was horrible. So, does anyone have any stories or even tips for cleaning? I'd like to make another pass at cleaning it.