Canon WP-DC27 Waterproof Case

Canon WP-DC27 Waterproof Case features Depth Rating 130′ (40 m); Buoyancy Positive; Port Fixed, flat; and Internal Flash Usable. The Canon WP-DC27 Waterproof Case measures 5.2 x 3.4 x 3.1 inches and weighs 9.8 ounces.

Overall Rating: ★★★★★ | Latest Price Info

User Opinions

Canon WP-DC27 Waterproof Case User Reviews

Great Accessory
“This waterproof case works great!! It snaps on and seals easily and the pictures are crystal clear. It’s great for vacations and even pool and water park shots. Enjoy! “ – By Michele
Rating: ★★★★★

Must Have Accesory for SD990
“Works Great!! Rather than buy a case for my older 7.1MP Elph I decided to upgrade and get an underwater case for my new SD990. Best purchase I have made!! It works great and the pictures come out really well. It was fun to take video and pictures in the pool experimenting with it. It is a little nerve wrecking to put your camera in the case at first but once you confirm that it is sealed you are good to go. It took great pictures when we were snorkeling too.” – By R. Gonzales
Rating: ★★★★★

Excellent device
“I got this for a trip to Costa Rica. I used it twice, once was for some repelling with water falls so it got very wet but worked perfectly and took some great pics. The second was for Scuba diving. I went down to about 60 feet and had no problems. Took a picture of a sand shark and it came out awesome.” – By Jack Masih
Rating: ★★★★★

It Works
“Product works very well. Read instructions first! Now that you know how to use the case you’re fine. Be very careful with the gssket grease. A pea sized drop could be too much. The grease can collect sand and ruin the waterproof seal. I have only used it in a swimming pool to make sure I am comfortable before an outdoor venture. It works fantastic.” – By game fan
Rating: ★★★★★

Great case I use it for scuba diving 100 feet
“This waterproof case works great!! I have this case for 5 years and I use it most of the time for scuba diving (100 feet down). I love it! The pictures and video are crystal clear. Everybody it’s impressed with my scuba diving pictures because they are not coming from a scuba diving expensive camera. It snaps on and seals easily. If my vacations involved any water or sand, I try to keep my camera safe in this case. “ – By Andrier
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Canon WP-DC27 Waterproof Case Features & Specifications

With the Canon WP-DC27 waterproof case for the Canon PowerShot SD990 IS, you can use your digital camera to take underwater shots at depths of up to 130′ (40 m). Of course it’s also ideal for taking worry-free pictures in the rain, at the beach, or on the ski slopes.

You can use your camera’s internal flash for lighting purposes. Or, use the internal flash to trigger a slaved external strobe like those made by Fantasea, Sea & Sea, Ikelite, or Sealife. The camera has an underwater white scene mode for available light photography.

Clear Polycarbonate Construction
Durable and resistant to corrosion, clear view of the camera information and control functions

Camera Functions
Housing accesses all camera functions

Versatile Size
Small enough to use for other sporting activities like skiing or fishing

Priced less than some other options in housings

See also: Accessories | Underwater Housings

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