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Default [rooted users] Show off your slow-mo (or 4K) videos here!

With the huge interest in the 4K and Timeshift Video mod, I figured now's better than ever to open a thread for sample footage either slow-motion or in 4K for those who are still in doubt whether or not to root their Xperia Z1 [Compact], or those who already have the mod installed and want to see what others can do with it. (those of you who have an Xperia Z1 [Compact] version that cannot be rooted - I recommend you don't watch these videos. You will get jealous and I do feel sorry for you)


To start this thread off, there's the amateuristic video I made:





Disclaimer: the mod does not work with the Xperia Z as far as I know - I've seen this question too many times all over the interwebz so don't even bother here. Other questions about the mod are welcome as long as it's not about the installing or flashing procedure.

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Xperia Z1 slow motion 120fps: http://youtu.be/HSysMJfkLEM

The water is very foggy I know

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Wow cool! Both videos look great!
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Xperia Z1 slow motion 120fps: http://youtu.be/HSysMJfkLEM

The water is very foggy I know

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You have some guts taking this phone underwater. I will never do that esp after seeing so many people cry as their warranty was denied bcoz of waster insertion.
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I put my phone two times in water, I washed it two times also. No problems at all. Just the sound is a little lower when the water touch the phone.

But, after 10-15 min. it's all the same.

I don't wanna lose warranty with rooting and putting these features, but I'm eager to get them...
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Putting your phone under water has higher risk of voiding your warranty rather than rooting your phone.

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Xperia Z1 slow motion 120fps: http://youtu.be/HSysMJfkLEM

The water is very foggy I know
You shouldn't put it under water, I was like that when watching: yes, yes ,yes, then under water, No, No, NO, then up, yes, yes....LOL....
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You shouldn't put it under water, I was like that when watching: yes, yes ,yes, then under water, No, No, NO, then up, yes, yes....LOL....
Hahaha, I did it a few times now, we'll more than a few let's say about 20 and no problems. the sound is lower because it clogs the speaker and mic but it's back to normal as soon as it dries out. this is my second Z1 (the first had some headphone problem and they replaced it) and both have survived numerous submersions
I just make sure all the ports are properly sealed

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First test I did was this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C52YIUnO43k

W. default settings, I think it's like 1/4 but you can slow even more with the apps, at 1/8

Gotta film more things, pretty sweet thing!

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