Yes, you read it right! I was staying with friends and their rotten little furball peed in my handbag. Anything soft, like my cloth wallet, was a write-off. Anything hard, like keys, just needed a good rinse with soap. But I don’t know what to do about my camera. It was in its case so escaped any real damage and it still works fine. But it smells terrible and I’m not sure what’s the safest way to clean it without damaging it.
There is Electrical Cleaner that is a solvent used to clean electronics without risking damage by corrosion.
However, before processing with that route... I would advise to wipe the external shell of your camera as much as you possibly can to make sure you haven't missed a spot of residue. It does not take much urine to have a strong smell stick to your camera (clean cracks and crevices)
If the problem still persist, you may need to take the camera apart (or to camera shop) and have them clean it with solvent used for electrical components. Look up "Electrical cleaner" in google to find many useful products with reviews.