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    Default Galaxy S5 4K Underwater Video

    This is the feature I will LOVE to be trying

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    Default Re: Galaxy S5 4K Underwater Video

    Looks good if you ask me.

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    Default Re: Galaxy S5 4K Underwater Video

    I still don't know if i'm going to be able to bring myself to actually submerge my phone.
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    Default Re: Galaxy S5 4K Underwater Video

    Quote Originally Posted by Ceetar View Post
    I still don't know if i'm going to be able to bring myself to actually submerge my phone.
    I completely agree, it just seems natural instinct to prevent any contact with water when I'm using an electronic device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ceetar View Post
    I still don't know if i'm going to be able to bring myself to actually submerge my phone.
    Same here. I highly doubt I will be intentionally testing out the waterproof feature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msavic6 View Post
    I completely agree, it just seems natural instinct to prevent any contact with water when I'm using an electronic device.

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    Yeah same here I know what u mean, but I like the reassurance that of it happens to get wet I'll he safe

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    Default Re: Galaxy S5 4K Underwater Video

    Quote Originally Posted by jonebk12 View Post
    Same here. I highly doubt I will be intentionally testing out the waterproof feature.
    i had a Motorola Defy back when i was in India; i used to submerge that thing all the time because it was built for it. I would whip it out at restaurants and put it in a glass of water and make people call it .
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    Default Re: Galaxy S5 4K Underwater Video

    We need someone to take their S5 scuba diving on a shallow section of a barrier reef on a bright sunny day. I bet the video would be amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Netherscourge View Post
    We need someone to take their S5 scuba diving on a shallow section of a barrier reef on a bright sunny day. I bet the video would be amazing.
    I wouldn't take the phone past the one meter it is rated for. Hydrostatic pressure is a pretty powerful force. Also, salt water leaves behind salt when it evaporates, and salt can mess with electronics if it is bridging any contacts.

    But yes, the videos would be absolutely stunning!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gibsonplayr21 View Post
    I wouldn't take the phone past the one meter it is rated for. Hydrostatic pressure is a pretty powerful force. Also, salt water leaves behind salt when it evaporates, and salt can mess with electronics if it is bridging any contacts.

    But yes, the videos would be absolutely stunning!
    You can always rinse the phone in freshwater after exposure to salt water. That way you prevent any salt from being left behind.

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