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Canon Powershot D10
Canon Powershot D10

Hey! You should know that Canon has released a newer version of this product: the Canon PowerShot D20.

Canon Powershot D10

We've given the D10 a grade of A-.

Editor's Review

Canon's first weatherproof digital camera, the Canon Powershot D10 is submersible to depths of 33 feet and can withstand drops of about 4 feet. So that's good if you knock if off a table, but if you're a person of average height, you may still want to use the wrist strap. It's a funky looking camera, definitely a fun (and durable) beachside companion on a summer trip.


  • 12.1 megapixels
  • 3x optical zoom / 4x digital zoom
  • Face detection auto focus
  • Waterproof to 33 feet
  • Shockproof to 4 feet
  • Movie mode with sound (Max length 1 hour / 4GB)
  • JPEG file format
  • Lens-shift image stabilization
  • ISO 80-1600
  • 2.5-inch LCD Display
  • Secure Digital memory card storage
  • Lithium-ion battery
  • Part Number: 3508B001
  • UPC: 8714574533643
  • Release Date: Apr 01, 2009

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Canon Powershot D10 Reviews

Canon Powershot D10 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 2.0 out of 5
Good and bad (Jeff — 01/27/2011)
The D10 worked great for me the first 6-7 months with no problem and I was happy with picture quality. However, as I was snorkeling in the ocean the screen suddenly went black and after a few minutes it shut off and stopped working. I took it back to the boat, dryed it off and opend the battery then the AV. When I opened the AV water drops came out. Although I was happy the first few months, I bought this model specifically for supposed underwater abilities and it failed, therefore I rate it 'bad'. I believe I took good care of it even after being in salt water several times.
  • 3.0 out of 5
was the best waterproof camera until it leaked (rmisa — 04/12/2010)
CANON PS D10 WAS THE BEST EVER UNTIL IT LEAKED This experience from my Canon D10 is as of April 8, 2010. As Canon announced that they will be releasing a waterproof camera, me and my boyfriend got so excited about it. So we pre-ordered it from Amazon as early as May 2009. We got the product by June 11,2009. It is one of the first batches of D10. Now, we are not pretty sure if what had happened to our precious D10 is a manufacturer's defect. We were able to use it in our trips: JUNE - 4 days 3 nights at the shower, bathtub, beach, fresh water pool, etc., with water activities such as snorkeling, etc. JULY - then another 3 days 2 nights at the beach, with much rougher water activities, more underwater shots, snorkeling... DECEMBER - 4 days 3 nights with cave tour with water in it, trekking, swim into falls, fog fog fog in the mountains with cold temp. MARCH - another island hopping for 2 days 1 night... and alot of dry conditions... so this camera lasted us almost 9 months. when i was about to use it in an overnight swimming at a chlorined pool with some friends, we were able to use it in the shower, took 3 shots, jumped to the pool and took 3 shots, then while i was manipulating the buttons for the settings, it suddenly shut off. so i unplunged, wiped my hands and the camera, i looked at the 2 seals it had, completely and perfectly sealed. i decided to open the seal that contains the battery and MMC, it is dry. then i opened the seal that has the AV ports, what can i say, it has water in leaked in short. i was shocked about this.. i cant believe it did... my dreams all fell *joke!*... the following morning i went to a local canon store here and bought a new one.... for assurance, i also bought a DICAPAC or a waterproof case made for digital cameras. i emailed canon usa, since it was bought there, they asked us to mail it them, so most likely we will be able to mail it to them on june, i am in south east asia right now and my boyfriend in central asia, hopeful for a replacement when we both return to the US in june, this time using our new and 2nd Canon d10, newest batch (since the saleslady mentioned the camera just arrived to them the day before my purchase... does that have to relieve me?) for another island tour...Yatta! an important advice given to me by the store owner where i bought DICAPAC, that after use of these waterproof cameras, WASH THEM IN FRESH WATER (all seals closed of course)... PAT IT DRY IN CLOTH... USE A BLOWER (hair blower is fine) TO DRY THE SEALS (both open and closed seals, be sure hands and camera are dry and no more traces of water droplets whatsoever)... since chlorine and salt water eventually corrodes these WP seals... as a best option when doing more dipping of the WP cameras in water, protect it with underwater cases. handling of the camera with wet hands would not require the case... just if you will use it UNDERWATER... sharing the photos of the mishaps of my D10... with the lens flooded by water like it was crying...hahaha! and the moist and water on the LCD... gaaaar... even so, me and boyfriend still loves canon... we got loads of canon items from all in one printer to HD vidcam... my DICAPAC underwater camera case
  • 3.0 out of 5
hard to hold (Robert — 11/09/2009)

I find this camera hard to hold; it doesn't have any type of grip surface. The images are typical Canon: very very good.
I may try the Panasonic TS1 only because I can hold it more comfortably.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Canon D10... Awesome!!! (John & Barb — 08/30/2009)

My wife and I purchased this camera a month before returning to our Maui paradise. It's easy to use, even without reading all of the instructions, just by playing around with it. We've it in our pool, the beautiful Maui waters and above ground as well... with every photo turning out awesome. The first few dozen photos we took we didn't even have it in underwater mode and the photos turned out incredible... then when in Maui we took it with us when we were out and about (e.g., traveling around) as it is small and easy to toss in my pockets or my wife's purse. Even when it was in underwater mode we took numerous above-ground photos, beaches, landscaping and sunsets... all of which turned out fantastic.
We are exceptionally pleased with this camera and are happy we found it and have recommended it to others.
The only downfall we found with the camera is that it will "sink", so we bought a little "caribeaner" and a "boat float key" (the foamy yellow things) and connected it and it was perfect, even with it hooked around our wrist... and sometimes not... not enough of a downfall to impact purchasing it.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Cute! with desirable results (Nicole — 04/15/2009)

I Love this Camera its so cute, and i drop it kinda often, never had any problems... Good for days at the beach too...A++