Summary: My family loves the beach! Dicapac just made it more exciting to take the camera on the sand and in the water without worrying about any damage to our Canon SD 750. It's universal, so the camera fits loosely and accessing controls made it a challenge changing settings because the vinyl case would stick to the camera screen thus not providing too much play to move the camera's top switches.
Pros: Lightweight, Seals Easily, Strong Construction
Summary: I could not believe how clear the underwater photos that I took while using this case turned out. I was a little hesitant at first, but after snorkeling in the Caribbean twice with this on my Olympus stylus 830 I am totally satisfied. I would definitely recommend this product to a friend.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Fingertip Controls, Reliable Operation, Strong Construction
Summary: A great product! I used this to protect my point-and-shoot while snorkeling and had no problems. As the previous reviewer stated, the camera can move around a bit if you're not careful, but this can be prevented if you squeeze out all the air (open the lens port, squeeze out air and then tighten it again). Biggest problem I had was using the zoom controls through the plastic bag. Overall, great product. It does what it is advertised to do. Well worth the money!
Summary: This is a great affordable way to protect your camera. My own dissapointment is that occasionally the round viewfinder sometimes interferes with your photograph due to the camera having enough room to move around. Depending on your camera the controls are not as easy to navigate as expected, but definately doable.
Summary: Worked perfect, used it dozens of times. As an added bonus, and one I didn't even think of, enough air gets trapped inside that the case will float with your camera inside so the death grip isn't required while snorkeling!
Summary: Took it too the lake, made some videos of the bottom it held out perfectly fine at about 13 to 15 down - had it in the water for about 5 straight hours. I freedive (not a great one either, 30 seconds a run) - no scuba gear so it was up and down and up and down - pressure changes didnt do anything to it.
Summary: The WP410 serves its purpose; I used it multiple times (underwater and in water, on beaches, etc.) without any leakage. Shots taken with the pack are clear, and your zoom functionality shouldn't be affected by using the pack. My only complaint would be that you must ensure that the lens is lined up correctly with the lens placement of the DicaPac, otherwise you will see the black lens rim of the DicaPac in your photos.
Summary: used dicapac with my canon elph 320 for the last 2 weeks while on vacation. worked perfectly and took beautiful underwater shots. if you have a larger camera, get a bigger case as a reference my sony rx 100 did not fit very well. you wont regret this purchase, as long as you follow directions.