well, i'm not sure where i should have posted this, i'm just desprate for some help, so on with the post... OMG! OMG!! i just went to my camera bag a couple of hours ago to get my camera out just to take some stills... and there were... grubs all inside it!! i don't know how the hell they got in there... but i've just spent a couple of hours getting them all out and popping them so they can't do any more damage. but here's the really bad part - somehow one got in my camera, behind the glass of the viewfinder! here's a picture to show what i mean: that small picture in the bottom left just has a small red section highlighted to show on the main pic where this thing is... you can see it's sort of a white-ish blob behind the glass there. well, when i saw that i was really pissed off. now i've got to find a way to get the damn thing out of there. i'm thinking i might have to un-screw some bits to get at it... but i was just wondering what others would recommend? i'll check my warranty to see if i should just not even un-screw anything, but if anyone's had experience with this sort of thing (i don't know how likely that will be...) with my camera, then i guess it's worth asking. here's the model of my camera: Panasonic GS-400 if anyone's had experience with grubs getting into them (yeah, right ) then let me know. i can use some help about now.