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z The risk of water leakage is extremely high if
the O-ring is twisted, if you forget to attach it, or
if something is trapped in the seal.
Check that all the operation buttons of the
camera are functioning properly.
z If it is not functioning, take out the camera
and insert again.
Attach the grips.
z Attach the grips, lights or weights on the
bottom of the marine case.
Submerge the marine case with the camera
inserted into a bathtub or water tank full of fresh
water. Gradually prolong the time the marine case
is submerged as follows.
z 1st time: 5 ~ 10 seconds
z 2nd time: 30 seconds ~ 1 minute
z 3rd time: 3 minutes ~ 5 minutes (try operating
the levers and buttons while the marine case is
z Always have someone hold the marine case
for you when diving into, or getting out of
water, to prevent loss or damages.
z If for any reason water leakage occurs, remove
the camera battery. It may cause the camera to
Turn on the camera’s power.
z Press and hold the power button for more
than 2 seconds to turn on the power. (The
camera’s power lamp lights and the
monitor turns on.)
z Sometimes, due to sudden shaking or
impact to the marine case, the camera’s
drop detection function operates to turn off
the camera’s power. When the camera’s
power is turned off, turn it on again.
When “VIDEO MANAGEMENT FILE IS
BROKEN. TO RECORD/PLAYBACK
VIDEO, RECOVERY IS REQUIRED.
RECOVER?” is displayed, press the REC
button to recover the file.
Select the shooting mode (video/still).
z Turn the lever from side to side to switch
between video and still mode.
Large hexagonal wrench
(for screwing the grips)
Recording the Video/Still Image
Still mode Video mode
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