Canon WP-DC7 WaterProof Case

Canon WP-DC7 WaterProof Case features Depth Rating 130′ (40 m); Buoyancy Positive; Port Fixed, flat; Internal Flash Usable. The Canon WP-DC7 WaterProof Case measures 4.93 x 3.43 x 2.98″ (125.1 x 87 x 75.8 mm) and weighs 10.8 oz (305 g) (without camera).

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


User Opinions

Canon WP-DC7 WaterProof Case User Reviews

A Whole New World Of Possibilities
“I received this case as a gift and it has made all the difference in the world for someone like me who loves taking pictures and loves the water. With disposable underwater still cameras many people have begun to have such photos in their family albums, but when I came back from vacation and showed everyone my underwater VIDEOS in the ocean and pool it was really inspiring to find more uses for it. “ – By Mistress Sade
Rating: ★★★★★

A perfect way to expand the use of my Canon Camera
“I purchased this case before a family Caribbean Cruise. It’s perfect. It’s very simple to operate. The camera fits perfectly inside and all the buttons are easily accessible. Very easy to operate underwater. Simply turn it on, use the zoom as needed and snap away. I even used it to record an underwater movie and the microphone picked up the sound of the water hitting the case. Very cool. “ – By J. Lafond
Rating: ★★★★★

Works great
“I have used this underwater case extensively, to as deep as 100′. It has worked flawlessly, and allows for incredible pictures. With proper lighting, you cannot tell the difference between this camera and case, and my $1200 D200 case…” – By M. Sandorf
Rating: ★★★★★

Great accessory to expand your photographic universe
“I used the flash underwater in the pool with pretty good results when the subject was within 3-5 ft. any farther away and I would recommnend a stronger external flash unit. The colors were true and the cameras underwater SCN setting works great to get the right color balance.” – By Jason Dudley
Rating: ★★★★★

A very good product
“This is the second Canon underwater case I own (the previous one was for the A540 camera). It performed as expected, except that this one did not come with an LCD hood, which is quite useful in bright conditions. “ – By Lorenzo
Rating: ★★★★☆

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Features & Specifications

Canon WP-DC7 WaterProof Case Features & Specifications

With the Canon WP-DC7 waterproof case for the PowerShot SD900, you can use your PowerShot SD900 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, Sunpak or Sealife. The camera has a underwater white balance setting 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

Economical
Priced less than some other options in housings


See also: Accessories | Underwater Housings





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