Underwater Housing Case for Canon Powershot SD1100, SD1000, SD890IS, SD850IS, SD790IS SD770IS, SD750, SD630, Digital Cameras

Underwater Housing Case for Canon Powershot SD1100, SD1000, SD890IS, SD850IS, SD790IS SD770IS, SD750, SD630, Digital Cameras

  • Guaranteed underwater performance up to 16 ft. (5m) deep
  • UV coated polycarbonate lens cover allows users to take crystal clear pictures
  • Transparent and flexible case for convenient camera control
  • Reliable sealing system with waterproof zipper and “Roll & Velcro” closure
  • Meets JIS (Japan Industrial Standard) protection class 8 for waterproofing

The DiCAPac WP-110 Waterproof case is an all-weather vinyl case for compact digital cameras (with short zoom lenses) with unique features and outstanding performance and is totally waterproof up to 16 feet (5 meters) deep. Transparent and flexible case allows convenient control for camera buttons as well as perfect visibility for the LCD screen. Compatible models comes with a zoom lens extension ring which allows for in the case focusing.
“DiCAPac” waterproof cases available in five different models to accommodate compatibility with various models of digital cameras. They fit digital cameras from Canon, Olympus, Nikon, Samsung, Kodak, Sony, Minolta, Pentax, Fujifilm, HP, Panasonic, Casio and other manufacturers.
User friendly product with easy to open and close Roll & Velcro zipper system. UV coated polycarbonate window for camera lens allow consumers to take clear pictures with same quality as with high-end camera housing at a fraction of the cost. The case provides reliable protecti

Rating: (out of 31 reviews)

List Price: $ 34.95

Price: $ 24.95

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5 Responses to “Underwater Housing Case for Canon Powershot SD1100, SD1000, SD890IS, SD850IS, SD790IS SD770IS, SD750, SD630, Digital Cameras”

  • D. Maus says:

    Review by D. Maus for Underwater Housing Case for Canon Powershot SD1100, SD1000, SD890IS, SD850IS, SD790IS SD770IS, SD750, SD630, Digital Cameras
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    We just got back from Hawaii and took this with us when we went snorkling. This is a great product that keeps your camera dry. The only problem is that the case is a one-size-fits-all. Even though the description of the product said it would fit my Cannon SD-1000, the camera was very loose inside the case. You have to make sure that your camera lens is centered inside their lens ring when taking pictures, otherwise you’ll get a black ring around your photos. It is very difficult to do this when underwater because there is so much free play with the camera. I solved that problem by stuffing Kleenex on the two sides and the bottom of the camera so it was wedged in the case and wouldn’t move around on me. Another problem I encountered is that when I centered my camera lens in the hole, their black ring blocked half of my flash. I couldn’t get the camera positioned where the lens was centered and my flash was unubstructed.

    On the plus side – the case kept my camera dry and my pictures came out great. I was snorkling in shallow waters in the morning and didn’t need my flash, so that didn’t seem to be a problem. This is a very affordable product for underwater photography. I didn’t want to spend $300 on an underwater digital camera for just a couple of days use and I’ve tried the disposable underwater cameras without much luck. You didn’t know if you got a good picture until you had your film developed. With this product, I was able to use the camera I already had and I liked to take great unerwater shots.

    I would have given this 4 stars if it had been better fit to my camera. I would highly recommend it if you don’t mind taking the time to wedge your camera inside the case prior to going into the water. Once you’re in the water, you can’t see your display to see if your lens is centered.

  • Brianne Mueller says:

    Review by Brianne Mueller for Underwater Housing Case for Canon Powershot SD1100, SD1000, SD890IS, SD850IS, SD790IS SD770IS, SD750, SD630, Digital Cameras
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    I just came back from a cruise in the Caribbean and I said many time that buying this camera case was the best idea I’d ever had. I tested it out in my sink before I left and it’s a scary idea to bring your expensive camera underwater, but it’s completely protected and safe. Needless to say, it’s amazing to have pictures (and videos!) from diving in the Caribbean. It’s also great for when it’s raining out when you’re traveling and want to take pictures. Basically, it’s well worth the money, even if you only use it once or twice, but it’s a great thing to protect your camera against the elements in general.

  • abigail says:

    Review by abigail for Underwater Housing Case for Canon Powershot SD1100, SD1000, SD890IS, SD850IS, SD790IS SD770IS, SD750, SD630, Digital Cameras
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    We were so suprised at how well this worked! We took it to Hawaii and used it while swimming and snorkeling and it was great. The pictures were very clear and we never worried about leaking. Even when we would use the camera on the beach (not underwater) all the pictures were beautiful.

    Thanks for a great product at a reasonable price!

  • musicmonster says:

    Review by musicmonster for Underwater Housing Case for Canon Powershot SD1100, SD1000, SD890IS, SD850IS, SD790IS SD770IS, SD750, SD630, Digital Cameras
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    A cheaper less sophisticated approach that fit my price budget. The plastic is supple enough to accommodate several point and shoot camera models. Hasn’t leaked on me yet, although i don’t think it would be wise to open and close it while on the beach. A feature that is missing and would be helpful is an external tripod thread. The roll up side extends the cameras width by an inch and half and doubles quite well as a grip with a robust strap system. Aside from switching batteries and chips, there isn’t much reason to remove the camera in most situations, save for a little vignetting with the flash. The cap to the extended lens barrel can be unscrewed for cleaning/defogging or expelling air. (just don’t do it underwater =)) The lens extension does not collapse by design so don’t plan on dropping this in your pocket after a swim.

  • R. L. Crain says:

    Review by R. L. Crain for Underwater Housing Case for Canon Powershot SD1100, SD1000, SD890IS, SD850IS, SD790IS SD770IS, SD750, SD630, Digital Cameras
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    After reading some encouraging reviews I ordered the waterproof case for my digital camera. Following the tips from those reviews I used rolled pieces of soft cloth to help the camera “fit” inside the bag,tested it at home in a sink of water to make sure it was waterproof (it IS) and practiced taking pictures around the house. All fine and good. However, when snorkeling it was difficult to press the camera buttons through the plastic case; but the most frustrating part was how the plastic case would “stick” to the camera, causing glare that made it almost impossible to “see” where you were aiming. It would have been better to just pick up a disposable underwater camera (which I had used successfully the previous month on a whale watching trip in Mexico). At least I would have some decent photos of the colorful fish & coral to remember from our Caribbean vacation. I would NOT recommend this produt.

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