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Canon WP-DC34 Underwater Housing for Canon PowerShot G11/G12 Digital Camera

by Canon
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  • Compatible with Canon PowerShot G11 and G12
  • Converts your PowerShot camera to an underwater digital camera
  • Waterproof to 130 feet
  • Clear polycarbonate construction gives clear view of camera information and control functions
  • Small enough to use for sporting activities like skiing or fishing
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Canon WP-DC34 Underwater Housing for Canon PowerShot G11/G12 Digital Camera + Canon G12 10 MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.8 Inch Vari-Angle LCD + Transcend 16GB Class 10 SDHC Flash Memory Card (TS16GSDHC10E)
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  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 3.6 x 3.4 inches ; 13.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B002LITT5G
  • Item model number: WP-DC34
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 19, 2009

Product Description

Canon WP-DC34 Water Proof Case 4042B001 Camera Cases

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Customer Reviews

Save your money and get Ikelite Housing it will do it all.
Bruce 1954
Especially The buttons and knobs are oversized so I can easily operate all camera functions while wearing dive gloves.
Brent A Duncan
I got home today and called Canon and was told there is no warranty.
Francis Crosby Jr.

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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Cooper on February 2, 2010
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Excellent case, particularly for the price. I live on the Big Island where the reef is only a 15min drive, thus get to use my gear every few weeks. I bought the G11 as an everyday carry camera and a dive camera. The case is setup with a tray and a Sea&Sea YS-110 flash unit. Photo quality is excellent, challenging much larger DSLR cameras for quality in a unit that costs far less. The only major issue with using the G11 underwater is the relatively slow shutter response.

Unlike some cases, all controls are accessible, with the sole exception of the thumbwheel. To adjust values that require the thumbwheel, hold the shortcut button down and use the left and right buttons on the rocker to adjust up and down. A two hand workaround, but there is a way.

The case is better than previous WP-DC21 for the G9, some of the controls have been moved for better access for fat fingers in dive gloves. I have yet to accidentally power off the camera when trying to take a photo with this case.

Yes, the case has no warranty, expected in an underwater case where a small grain of sand or poor maintenance of the seals can cause a leak. If you can not afford to lose a camera, don't take it 30m underwater.
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105 of 124 people found the following review helpful By L. Hodgson on January 15, 2010
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I purchased this case from Amazon on November 14th. I took it on a dive on January 7th. I followed all instructions, lubricating the gasket, testing it on a snorkeling trip, etc. On the first dive to 60 feet with this case I took 78 wonderful pictures but the case started to leak on the way back up to the surface (the leak started at about 20 feet, during decompression). Although there was only a small amount of water in the case it did damage the camera -- initially causing the camera to turn off immediately whenever it was turned on with an "E31" error. After drying out for a day the camera now does work, although there is some damage to the LDC screen from mineral deposits left when the moisture that worked its way into the LDC screen evaporated.

Here is my warning about this case -- IT HAS NO WARRANTY!!! NONE. I just talked (January 15th) to both a Canon service representative and a supervisor ("Marvin"), and was explicitly told that Canon offers no warranty on their underwater cases. Even though the case comes in a Canon box that has claims stated on it -- that this is a "Waterproof Case" and that it is good to "40m/130 feet" -- the case has no warranty. This is simply unacceptable and retailers like Amazon that sell this product an an "Underwater case" that is "Waterproof" should stop doing so until an explicit warranty is included with the product.

I was given an address to send this case to for "testing," but I was explicitly told that Canon was under NO LEGAL obligation to either fix or replace this case. Buyer beware and avoid purchasing all Canon underwater cases until Canon accepts some legal responsibility that products which they make and market can live up to the description that they print on the box.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Francis Crosby Jr. on April 5, 2010
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I purchased this case for my new Canon G11 and had used it for 7 days on a 14 day dive trip, cleaning and greasing the o-ring after each dive. On the 8th day, I noticed some drops of water on the inside of the case during a dive. I brought it up and took it straight to the dive table to dry and open it. I found 4 drops of water on the inside and a fine mist. I thoroughly dried and cleaned it and put it in a tank of water without the camera and found that it again had a few drops of water inside. So I discontinued the use during the rest of my dive trip. I got home today and called Canon and was told there is no warranty. They did finally tell me to mail it in to them and they would take a look at it, but may not be able to do anything about it. They also told me that no one has ever had a problem with this case, but as I looked on this page, I noticed there are others with problems and they have also called them in. So my faith in Canon products went downhill quickly. I had never had a Canon but after many recommendations decided to try this product and may truly regret it now.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By R. Watkins on November 30, 2009
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Very recent purchase, and I've only used it on about 15 dives but I've been very pleased. The only issue I've had is a stuck shutter button at 85' feet when diving a wreck. I had to power off between shots. It released itself at the safety stop and I noticed after the dive that there was a cut out in the clear plastic around the shutter button that I could have used to insert a pick and relase it manualy. It may have been due to the silty nature of the wreck interior and it seems to have been a freak accident - one that I now know how to correct without losing shots. I have no complaints with the Canon housing at all.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Gregory Hanigan on November 23, 2010
I work on a dive boat and have seen many of these cases leak, so when I got my G11 I considered getting an Ikelite or 10 Bar housing. They were a little out of my price range. Big mistake as I have now had to buy a G12 to replace my flooded G11, and will now be buying a new uw houseing to replace my leaky WP DC34. I have cleaned and replaced the o-rings but it still leaks. The G series uw housings from canon are crap.
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