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3rd June 2014, 06:47 PM   |  #11  
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Originally Posted by ShadowLea

You can take pictures (and focus) with the volume buttons.

Which doesn't mean you should put the phone under water for a picture. If you want to take underwater pictures, most good underwater cameras (Canon, Sony) are around 200 euro. Don't waste a 700 euro smartphone on it, it's NOT included in the warranty!

its insured anyway
3rd June 2014, 11:29 PM   |  #12  
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was eatching bideo and they say the screen doesnt respond to touch when submerged in water. how is it possible to take photos in this case

You can take pictures with the Volume + or -
Itīs not needed to change something in camera settings. Or use the selftimer ...
And the IP67 says, you can use yout device up to 30 minutes within a depth of 1 meter.
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