Hey, so a bit of backstory - I was out last night taking photos on one of my favourite beaches, and went to change a filter over. On my way over to my bag, to keep an eye on the newly incoming tide, I stopped to mark a line on the sandbar as a tide marker only to hear a deep 'splash' as if a large rock had been thrown in. The sight of one tripod leg pointing out of the water had me scrambling over to salvage my gear. It had blown over in the wind and must have not been stable enough in the soft sand. Needless to say, despite the X-T2 being 'Weather Resistant' it succumbed to the 5-10 second immersion in a foot of salt water. It's broken and nothing can be done with it - however, the XF16-55 f2.8 lens I had attached seemed to be dry inside and the seal on the mount held firm - so maybe it's WR is effective. I got home and replaced lens caps and rinsed it in clean (very soft) tap water. It's been dried and I felt the awful grinding of sand in the focus ring. I've vacuumed most of it out and it's a lot smoother now but I'm not sure if the lens is actually working - as I have no camera to test it on and don't know anyone locally who has. Anyway, do we think it's worth sending the lens away for an inspection / quote for repair if needed? If so, how much do we reckon it will cost? Before anyone asks, it's not insured (we thought it was but that's another long story).