When Ingalls returned to the site of the camera to retrieve it, there were firefighters waiting for him. "I had many other cameras much closer to the pad than this and all are safe," Ingalls said in a Facebook post. "This was [the] result of a small brush fire, which is not unheard of from launches, and was extinguished by fireman, albeit, after my cam was baked." He managed to force the charred shell of the camera open and retrieve a surprisingly functional memory card.
As he alludes to, the four cameras inside the perimeter were just fine. In fact, this camera was the only one of the six that was damaged, and it was a quarter mile from the launch pad, the furthest of the six cameras.
NASA writes that the camera will likely wind up on display at NASA Headquarters in Washington DC.