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DiCAPac WP-S10 Pro DSLR Camera Series Waterproof Case
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- Take clear pictures under water up to 16 feet
- Roll and velcro zipper system and built-in finger sleeve allows full functionality of camera
- Waterproof underwater housing usable up to 16.4' (5.0 m)
- Fits SLR camera with 2.0-5.9" Lens
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|Item Dimensions||11 x 9 x 6 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.41 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||0.99 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.7 pounds|
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Floating 100% Waterproof case If you enjoy the moment, let’s get on with the floating waterproof case, Dicapac. Dicapac delivers a soft case with a polycarbonate lens and a neck strap for the digital camera. Nontoxic case is no harm when you use. The lens port allows the lens to extend out to 2.0″(50mm) and has an internal diameter of 6.0″(150mm). Now, let your digital camera free around water while you are swimming pool, at the beach, it rains. You deserve to capture the moment without worries. Most of the functions are available with this case without wheeling. The most benefit is that you get clear photos via the polycarbonate lens on the case. All purposes dustproof, fogproof, sandproof, snowproof, waterproof case for smart devices. UV coated polycarbonate lens. Dicapac provide the UV coated polycarbonate lens cover for users. Polycarbonate has low scratch-resistance and a hard coating. It is applied to polycarbonate eyewear lenses. Polycarbonate is highly transparent to visible light. Please take off your original filter. Unless you should get rid of your filter as UV, the photos would have the flare and rainbow color.
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Please note that the review contains tons of photos of how to use the bag properly in addition to photos that show what you can actually do with it. Given that I am a novice snorkeler, I was pretty pleased with the image quality...but there are caveats that are necessary to read.
**Please come back and indicate if you feel this review was useful to you or not. It was designed to be very comprehensive.
1. I had to modify the bag in order to use my (very standard) DSLR with a 18-55 kit lens. (Details below)
2. I would NOT take this thing fully underwater or dive with it! That's just asking for a disaster.
3. The 'polycarbonate' lens (fancy words for plastic) is way too delicate. I somehow scratched it. Argh.
4. Camera controls? What camera controls? I set the camera up before hand. There is no way I could have changed settings. It's a bag - that's what you get.
5. This thing is made out of PVC. That's some nasty toxic stuff! (Dioxins, the smell... PVC is re-commodified toxic waste.) PVC is also not durable! (How about some rubberized material that is designed to take some abuse?)
1. I got shots I wouldn't be able to get without it.
2. This thing is reasonably cheap compared to the $1500 professional cases.
3. Although I was constantly nervous about destroying my Nikon, the DiCAPac worked as it needed to!
I can't post photos on here, but I got sequences of pictures where the raft is descending into a hole, the water starts flying, and we all got very wet... No way I could have captured that without something like this! Absolutely worth it!
How I modified it:
Why: The 18-55 lens I used would have been freely floating within the lens extension had I not modified it. That's not good because the camera would be flying around and the camera lens would regularly be hitting (and scratching) the DiCAPac lens. Also, I wouldn't know where the thing was pointed... I would likely have gotten a bunch of pictures of the inside of the bag.
How: I bought a rubber mat at a hardware store and cut it into a strip that wound around the lens. I set the lens to 'Auto focus' and adjusted it to be all the way back to 55mm (no adjustment possible in this bag!). Then I measured the strip so it was the right length and taped it to itself. This functionally increased to diameter of the lens so that it fit snuggly into the DiCAPac lens adapter. I carefully put the camera into the bag so that the lens adapter was set at the right length. All I needed to do was point the bag in the right direction and hit "GO!" This way the camera was held in the correct position all the time.
One important word of caution: Don't forget to use a desiccant to control the moisture inside of the case! In the heat (sunlight) any moisture trapped in the bag will condense on the inside of the bag. This is a result of physics and chemistry, not a problem with the bag. : )
Tested in the sink, but was still nervous when taking it ocean kayaking. Kayak flipped and the camera (with the step wrapped around me) was submerged entirely. Camera made it out dry as a bone.
Finger holes allow for some adjustment, but are definitely clumsy with multiple changes. Just make sure the lense portion is folded/supported so you don't get the lense ring in the photo.
-1 star because it's a bit clumsy once it's inside. Better management of the lense sleeve portion would be nice too. Otherwise works as expected.
P.s. throw a little desiccant pack in there to help with humidity inside.
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It is a cheap option to try under water photo by first time.
Low image quallity due to cheap plastic in front of you len.Read more