Summary: I purchased this kit as a Christmans gift for my dad who is an avid outdoorsman and who also enjoys photography. When I received the package, I checked it's contents and what I found was cheap, cheap cheap. First, the camera case was unraveling at the seams. Second, it appeared the lens cleaners had been opened and used. The tri-pod, wobbly. And, the worst, the waterproof case itself: It did not fit my dad's nikon at all.
Summary: This was a Christmas gift before a snorkeling trip. I used it with an oldish Canon PowerShot A510 camera for still photos and video. It worked really well - leaps and bounds above the disposable underwater camera I tried last time. We snorkeled and swam from 9am to 4pm and I had the thing dragging around my neck most of the day, floating behind me -- not a drop of water inside.
Summary: I used this product at Discovery Cover in Orlando, FL where I snorkeled for the first time. No water got in the camera and the pictures and videos I took came out great. I was using a Cannon A series. The only problem is that the pictures sometimes have a halo around them due to the camera lens not being flush against the lens opening of the camera pack. In addition, I could not figure out how to attach the zoom ring with the given directions.
Summary: I bought this for my Canon and found the size reconmended from the Website. too hard to keep the camera centered in the bag and then too hard to control the basic functions. Next time will just have to spend some cash and get a simple camera rated for under water. would not buy again..
Summary: This camera bag is VERY high quality and can be used both in and outside of water. I used it on a recent cruise with an older digital camera and it did not take away anything from the picture quality. If you are looking for a camera to go snorkeling with, this is a great option that is not very expensive.
Summary: Sometimes the rim gets into shots, and it is slightly hard to push buttons, almost impossible to turn dials, but no water gets in after 2 hours in the surf. One time I didn't close it that well but only 2 droplets got in.
Summary: I got this for a Nikon P6000. It's fit was terrible. The lens would not stay centered, very hard to even get it in the case. I tried to contact the manufacturer numerous times, but finally gave up and returned it before my 30-days was up. You'd be better off with a ziploc bag!
Summary: When this product first arrived, I thought it appeared to be little more than a glorified ziplock bag. I did the standard test for leaks, then started using it. The first thing I noticed was that my Canon PowerShot A620 barely fit through the opening, making me nervous the plastic would tear. The next dilemma was that the buttons were difficult to push and the zoom virtually unusable.
Summary: My camera has been out of production for awhile. This particular model of DiCaPac was a generic fit. I took some photos and they came out fine. And there was not even a hint of any leak. Let me give you a tip.... Since this was a generic fit for my camera, I could not use the little viewfinder. Part of the lens ring was blocking it. Therefore, I had to use the display on my camera. My camera has a very weak display that can never be seen in bright sunlight.
Summary: I bought this for my Kodak Easy Share camera, which, according to their website, would be compatible. The pack was way to big, camera kept sliding around inside. It was hard to keep the lens lined up, resulting in obstruction in the picture. Because it was too big, the controls were not easy to operate. The lens also covered the viewfinder. Even if it wasn't too big, the plastic is so thick that controls would still be hard to operate. Back to amazon it goes!