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DiCAPac WP-410 Underwater Case

by DiCAPac
162 customer reviews
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  • among others, suitable for compact cameras from Canon, Panasonic, Fuji, Nikon, Olympus, Casio, Pentax, Samsung, Sanjo, Sony, Kodak, Konica Minolta, Yashica, Ricoh
  • reliably protects your camera against water, snow, sand, dust and rain
  • with convenient zipper and additional Velcro fastener, suitable for use in fresh and salt water
  • resistant against ultraviolet light, removable strap with snap buckle
  • Scope of delivery: DiCAPac WP-410 Outdoor / Underwater Case

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 14.5 x 3.5 cm ; 82 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 159 g
  • Item model number: WP410
  • ASIN: B001C20816
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jan. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (162 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,473 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

The DICAPac WP-410 Waterproof Case will protect your compact point & shoot camera when you are using it at the beach, swimming, kayaking, skiing, fishing, sailing, snorkeling or diving. This is a PVC vinyl housing with a polycarbonate lens. It can be used with cameras that have an external zoom lens since there is an extended lens port. The housing meets JIS IPX8 requirements for underwater usage. | The case is compatible with cameras that have a length of 3.94" (100mm) or smaller, and a c no larger then 7.48" (190mm). This does not include the lens. The lens can be 0.826" (21mm) long.

Manufacturer's Description

Realize unrivalled pictures during your diving holidays, unmistakable good photographies on your rafting tour or unforgettable moments when playing in the padding pool. Take your camera for jogging or walking in rain! And you do not have to fear the next desert safari and city trip anymore!
No matter where, no matter when, with the DiCAPac WP-410 Underwater Case you don´t need to be afraid of rain, splash water, sand and dust., because your camera is optimal protected in the PVC case against these outer influences. The operating function is not influenced at all, because the integrated lens support ensures zooming inside the bag.
Even on your snorkeling or diving tour, the DiCaPac Case guarantees water depth up to approx. 5m, so that you can approach the beautiful fishes and coral and coral algaes very near and take wonderful pictures. Very charming and convenient is the UV resistance through the material.
Through its compact dimensions and the low weight of approx. 65g, the Case fits in every backpack and handbag.

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Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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106 of 107 people found the following review helpful By S. Grove on 17 Nov. 2010
Rather than shelling out around £200 for a proper waterproof housing for my Canon compact camera, I opted to give this product a try along with a cheap but good quality second hand Samsung digital (just in case the bag leaked!) Well, I must admit my fears of the bag leaking were totally unfounded and after half a dozen times snorkelling in the red sea, I was completely confident about how watertight it was - no problems with that at all.
Yes, it can be a bit awkward to get used to but if you remember to follow a couple of important wee guidelines, then you'll come to love this case just like I did.
1. Firstly, insert some foam strips into the case to make sure your camera sits snugly and your lens zooms in and out freely without any hinderance.
2. Once you have fitted the foam inserts, unscrew the lens cap from the case, insert your camera, seal up the case, squeeze all the air out of the case then screw the lens cap back on.
3. Make sure there are no smears or marks on the screw-on lens cap as this will show up on your snaps.
4. Finally, fire off plenty of shots!! I say this because as I found out, underwater photography while snorkelling is quite tricky due to the fact that not only are you, yourself moving constantly in the surface water but the fish are too and capturing a pin sharp shot in these conditions can be a real challenge.
To sum up the case, I'd say yes, definitely go for it (as long as you follow the few steps I've mentioned) and you really will fall in love with it!
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By dasnowball on 17 Mar. 2012
Bought this for a trip to the Caribbean this month, and used it with my Panasonic Lumix TZ10. Having looked at the list of cameras this case would fit, the Lumix TZ10 was recommended to use a bigger case, but I found this one to be a perfect fit. Just to be sure to guide the lens when you switch the camera on to ensure it doesn't get caught. Once switched on the camera fits perfectly and doesn't move around making for some great shots - turn on underwater mode to make them even better! Only downside is you cannot zoom in very far, but this didn't cause us any problems, just swim a bit further!

Having read mixed reviews for all types of underwater case, I was unsure whether I wanted to put my £200+ camera in this and take the chance of it being ruined. I'm glad I took the plunge! Just be sure to check the case is correctly sealed up each time you use it, and you shouldn't have any problems. I tested mine each time in a sink of water each time I went to use it to check there were no issues.

Using the case was generally easy, but this will depend on where the main buttons are on your camera. The on/off slider was on the top of mine which was sometimes difficult to use. Any buttons on the back should be easy to press.

Overall very impressed, got some excellent videos and photos from our trip which will really enhance our memories of a fantastic holiday. Highly recommended, if you're unsure, buy this now, you won't be disappointed...
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By David Wilson on 31 Jan. 2012
I used this case with my Canon Ixus compact camera for a trip to the Maldives recently. We took over 750 underwater pictures and the case worked well (although my Ixus does have an underwater mode which would have made the pictures a lot better than cameras without this mode). There were no leaks and I would recommend this case for snorkelling. It supposedly has a depth of 10m so it would not be suitable for diving.

The only negatives for the case are:
1) It can be fiddle to move the settings on your camera through the thick plastic so switching between video mode and stills for example can be a hassle.
2) because the case has been made to fit many cameras I found that my camera sometimes moved within the housing and I ended up taking pictures of the black surround of the zoom part of the case. This ruined quite a few photos before I realised. After this I checked the alignment in the case every time before I started snapping.

All in all a great case for taking pictures at a snorkelling depth.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Keith Ehren on 18 Mar. 2012
I purchased this for my Nikon Coolpix S3000 and I have just returned from Mauritius where I took about 250 underwater photos using it.

I must admit to being slightly sceptical about just how good this product could be, but I have to say that I am extremely pleased with the results and completely won over. Not a drop of water got in and I took it down to about 3 metres.
My main tips for using it are:

(1) Test it with a piece of tissue paper inside before you use it - this is recommended by the manufacturer as well. I tested it as I was not convinced that the mechanism of using a simple plastic zip, folding of plastic and some Velcro would keep it water tight - I am pleased to say that I was completely wrong - it proved to be completely watertight and my guess is that the inherent pressure underwater actually increases the seal strength.

(2) Turn the brightness of your camera screen up as high as possible as I sometimes found it hard to see the screen when underwater.

(3) Try it on land first as the only fiddly bit I found was trying to locate the small shutter button on my Nikon through the plastic case.
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