DiCAPac Reviews and User Opinions, Sample Photos and Resources

First published on: Sunday, 28 November 2010

DiCAPac to Digital Camera Fit Guide

DiCAPac to digital camera fit guide

Ensure that the correct case is selected based on the brand and size of your digital camera. Go here for the most updated version of the guide.

You might also like to read the official instructions.

A current drawback of the DiCAPac is that the available models are meant to fit smaller digital cameras, so there is no option for say, the bigger and popular Canon G9, Panasonic FZ28 or Olympus SP-570UZ.


DiCAPac manual / instructions

Video clip showing images and movies captured with the use of a DiCAPac waterproof case.

DiCAPac WP-100 Waterproof Case Test: Oceanside, Oregon

Redthumb2’s conclusion: “Definitely a great buy!”.

Sea lion captured, thanks to DiCAPac

DiCAPac and scuba diving

DiCAPac product demonstration at a trade show in Korea

A brief demonstration of using DiCAPac with cellphones

Reviews and user opinions

  1. Two underwater shots with a Casio EX-Z1200 in a DiCAPac at a depth of 2 to 3 meters.

  2. These products are quite useful for outdoor sports such as kayaking, rafting, snorkeling, but not (scuba) diving because the water pressure on the housing at depths of 5 meters / 15 feet sometimes presses the buttons on the camera.

  3. The Canon Powershot SD1000 fits nicely into the DiCAPac and is taken on ski trips. The correct version of the DiCAPac to use is the WP100.

  4. The WP100 model is also suitable for the Casio Exilim EX-Z60.

  5. Most ruggedized cameras don’t give good picture quality, so “Wolfie” is going back to putting a Canon Powershot digital camera in a DiCAPac case.

  6. Who wants a do-it-yourself underwater case instead? Requires Ziplock plastic bags.

Where to buy

  1. Amazon
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