Canon WP-DC29 Waterproof Case

Canon WP-DC29 Waterproof Case features; Depth Rating 130′ (40m); Buoyancy Positive; Port Fixed, flat. The Canon WP-DC29 Waterproof Case measures 5 x 2.7 x 3.4 inches and weighs 10.4 ounces.

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Overall Rating: ★★★★½ | Latest Price Info

User Opinions

Canon WP-DC29 Waterproof Case User Reviews

Works like it is, very comfortable
“I bought this just before I went to Hawaii to go scuba diving. I went up to 80 feet underwater and took pictures and made movies. There was no fogging in the lens. I didn’t use the diffusion plate it was sunny and bright underwater. The pictures came out good just as if you took them on land. The camera is great with the underwater setting. “ – By B. Knaack
Rating: ★★★★★

Good case for very decent camera
“In shallower water, depending on the visibility, maybe up to 10 feet. Make sure you have a dessicant pack from a bottle of vitamins, and don’t leave the case in the sun at any time, and don’t assemble in A/C room: no fog on lenses :)
Another reason for the 1200 is the latest Digic IV, lower power, better software, better sensitivity, and who needs much more than 10 Mpix, it’s wasted under water. “
– By H. Schulze
Rating: ★★★★☆

Easy to use. Great for the money
“We purchased the Canon SD1200 IS camera and Canon WP-DC20 underwater housing for it to use for a dive vacation in Bonaire. It was very easy to use, and very light and easy to carry (there is no need for any weight system). We did not have a strobe, and had no problems with light issues. Very sharp photos and realistic colors. Both seahorses 1 foot away, and squidd 10 feet away, came out sharp.” – By James Case
Rating: ★★★★★

Easy to use underwater housing
” I’ve owned a Nikonos V & a Ewa-Marine bag (hated it) both of which are hard to use. This housing is simple to use and makes underwater photography a breeze. I used mine for snorkeling and a friend used his diving down to 100 feet so far. If you are a casual scuba diver or snorkeler (or just want to use it by the beach or pool) this product makes underwater photography so easy. The SD1200 has an underwater setting but I never used it and photos & videos turned out fine. The unit floated at the surface in salt water so I wasn’t worried when the kids passed it back & forth while we were snorkeling in St. Kitts. “ – By Bob
Rating: ★★★★★

Canon Underwater Case
” I recently purchased a Canon underwater case for a SD1200 and used it for snorkleing on vacation. I look about 500 pictures and it worked perfect. I was a little concerned about the trouble of cleaning the case, but it was easy. I’am very happy with product. “ – By A Kid’s Review
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Canon WP-DC29 Waterproof Case Features & Specifications

The PowerShot Waterproof Cases are specially designed to protect your PowerShot Digital Camera from sea water and sand. Reliable and easy to use, these cases offer new shooting possibilities and help you realize the full potential of digital photography. You can also use your Canon Waterproof Case on land – in environments where snow, sand, excess humidity or dust could lead to damage.

Ideal for skiing and many other activities, a Canon Waterproof or All-weather Case provide an added measure of safety for your PowerShot camera on land.


See also: Accessories | Underwater Housings





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