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wheres all the underwater videos???

15th July 2014, 07:35 PM |#31  
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Just for the record i am using the Phone to wrote this! At the Beach! 😀

Right on! You may want to rinse your phone with distilled water to get the saltwater out of there.
 
 
15th July 2014, 07:37 PM |#32  
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The thing with a salt water isn't only in fact that salt could damage and leave scratches on your device... It's in fact that salt salt conducts electricity and it could make short circuit if it passes flaps and barriers.

Sony strictly said - warranty won't be accepted if you submerged device into sea water...

Of course, you can try, someone will succeed, someone won't

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15th July 2014, 10:07 PM |#33  
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The thing with a salt water isn't only in fact that salt could damage and leave scratches on your device... It's in fact that salt salt conducts electricity and it could make short circuit if it passes flaps and barriers.

Sony strictly said - warranty won't be accepted if you submerged device into sea water...

Of course, you can try, someone will succeed, someone won't

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That is true of water with any kind of minerals in it not just saltwater but you are right about saltwater.
15th July 2014, 10:08 PM |#34  
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I know its not related with Z2 but i can show you Z1 underwater video (Sea water around 1M depth)
16th July 2014, 08:01 AM |#35  
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Right on! You may want to rinse your phone with distilled water to get the saltwater out of there.

Only use water tap.
Nothing else more.
I do notice that the screen sometimes get's irresponsible, under water.
The camera switch from front to back with no reason.
And, the screen also gets very "oil".
The Z2 never went too down on ocean. Say, half a meter.
But until now everything is normal.
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