Nikon KeyMission 360 Quick Setup Guide (en)

Technical Notes
Cleaning after Using the Camera Underwater
Follow the procedure below to rinse the camera with fresh water within 60 minutes after 
using it underwater or at the beach. The underwater lens protectors are used here as an 
1. Check that the battery-chamber/memory card 
slot cover is securely closed (locked).
• Check that the battery-chamber/memory card slot 
cover latch and battery-chamber/memory card slot 
cover latch release are positioned as shown in the 
figure on the right, and that their orange indicator 
marks are not visible.
2. Wash with fresh water while the underwater lens 
protectors are attached.
Immerse the camera in a shallow basin filled with fresh 
water for 10 minutes.
• Immerse the camera in fresh water and shake it 
sufficiently in the water to remove any foreign 
substances from the camera. If foreign substances 
still remain, remove them with a cotton swab, etc.
• When the camera is immersed in the water, a few air 
bubbles may come out from the water drain holes 
of the camera such as openings in the microphone or speakers. This is not a 
3. Wrap the camera with a soft dry cloth to wipe off water droplets, and dry 
the camera in a well-ventilated and shady place.
• Place the camera on a dry cloth to dry it.
• Do not dry the camera with hot air from a hair dryer or clothes dryer.
4. Check that there are no water droplets, remove the underwater lens 
protectors, and then remove any water droplets or sand remaining on the 
inner side of the underwater lens protectors with a soft dry cloth.
• Attaching an underwater lens protector while the inner side is still wet could 
cause condensation or a malfunction.
5. After making sure that there are no water droplets on the camera, open 
the battery-chamber/memory card slot cover and use a soft dry cloth to 
gently wipe off any water or sand remaining on the waterproofing packing 
or inside the camera.
• If the cover is closed when the inside is wet, this could cause condensation or a 
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