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Case Logic FLXH100 Etui réflexion pour Appareil photo hybride Noir
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Description du produit
Convient pour un appareil photo hybride. Rabat facile d'accès avec fermeture par sangle. L'étui se fixe à la sangle de l'appareil photo pour ne jamais devoir le déposer avant de prendre une photo. Une pochette intérieure est réservée au cache de l'objectif. Vous êtes certain de ne pas l'égarer. Les ailes de protection se replient sur l'appareil photo pour le protéger des intempéries. Poignée supérieure pour un transport pratique et aisé. Boucle de ceinture légère intégrée pour une option de transport mains-libres.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
As one person said it has rather odd flaps so when you open it they kinda come out at you....and can get in the way. So rather than quickly grab your camera, you'll be fighting with the case. Not a very good idea on Case Logic's part.
Some reviewers state you can put a camera with a center mount/lens but I couldn't. To me, and this is my opinion, this case is for your basic camera that doesn't have a lens on the outside of it.
Some ideas other than using it for a camera? GPS, Cell Phone, etc..... (Although it may be a little large for your cell phone.)
Overall, I'm not overly impressed with this holster.
EDIT: I found a GREAT use for this holster: mini-camcorders. I happened to have one of mine out one day and saw the holster and thought, "Hmmmm, will it fit?" You have to squeeze it in, to some extent, but YES, it fit! Tightly, but it fit.
For what it is, it’s overpriced, and the lack of padding turns me off. However, it’s well made otherwise, and handy to have when you want just a compact camera and lens for some basic shooting.
1. Very attractive with it's grey canvas material.
2. Lightweight and Light padding
3. Has one inner padded pocket for camera lens, memory cards, etc - it's a thin pocket against the back of the case.
4. Has one tether strap on the case's left side that you slide the camera strap into and it'll stay on your strap as you're using the camera, keeping it handy.
5. Has a nice double layered, integrated belt loop which is the the size of the whole backing so any kind/size belt system can work with it.
6. Keeps it's form - how you see it standing in the picture is how it always stands. This is a good and bad. It's good if you like bags like that. It'll help protect contents since it is semi rigid if you are putting this bag in another bag.
7. It has extra flaps on the inner sides (connected to inner sides and top flap - shown in pictures) that help further cover and protect your camera. This is also a good and bad. Good because it offers more protection to an otherwise very open flap.
8. Easy to hand wash and lay out to dry. When this case arrived, it felt "dirty" and my hands felt gross like after a day of shopping at the mall touching clothing. The bag wasn't dirty, it just had that feel. This was easily corrected by a quick hand wash in the sink and laying it out to dry.
What I don't like:
1. Doesn't work well with the Fujifilm X-A1 with 16-50mm lens. It'll fit, but it's an extremely tight and uncomfortable fit. The camera has to go face down and it's an uncomfortably tight fit. Then the back of the camera is the screen and buttons (like most cameras) and so you end up pushing on the screen and the buttons trying to get it in the bag. Doing this is cumbersome enough that I worry about dropping the camera as I struggle with getting it in the bag. Since it's so tight, you basically drop the camera into the case and then push it down.
2. Those side flaps get in the way trying to get the camera to fit and since it's already a skin-tight fit, it adds to the bulk when trying to fold the top flap back down.
3. I don't like that the handle is on top with just a hook and loop closure. I can just see me grabbing the handle of the bag, the hook and loop coming undone for whatever reason, and my precious camera spilling out onto the floor. For example, if I had this in my larger camera bag. I would prefer a buckle.
4. It holds it's form/semi-rigid. It's advertised as a bag that you attach to your camera strap to keep it handy while you use your camera - but since the bag holds it's form, now you got this bag just flopping around and attached to your strap. It wouldn't be as much a problem when you use it with the belt, but once again, for something that you're wearing - having it semi-rigid is a little annoying that it stays big even when empty.
5. Since the top flap is big and it's just a "flap" with hook and loop closure - it's not going to offer as much protection from the elements as if it had a zipper to really close it up. You wouldn't want to put anything small in here that can just fly right out, especially when it's empty and flapping around on your camera strap. The side flaps offer some protection to try and lessen the gap, but it's not a sure thing and I wouldn't want to risk my small, but essential, items getting lost.
So in conclusion - I cannot recommend this camera case. It would work well if you used it as a small bag on your belt and you used a smaller camera in it. If it's on your belt, you don't have to worry about things falling out like if it was dangling and flapping around on your camera strap. It's also feels too large a bag to be attached to the camera strap. It's obviously larger than the camera and it doesn't collapse down when empty - I don't like it for that function. With it attached to my belt, it has a great feel with a smaller, compact camera and a few other small items. More like a belt bag. In fact, it really reminds me of those "treat bags" that animal trainers have on their belts. That semi-rigid bag with large opening for quick access to treats to feed performing animals. Since it's not working well as a camera bag for my compact camera system, I'm trying to think of other uses for it. I do love the looks of this bag and it does have uses - just not the advertised one in my case. I prefer a bag that allows my hybrid camera to lay on it's side so when I grab it, I grab it right on the side and bring it right up to shoot. Just my preference though. Or, if it lays face down, there has to be enough room for me to reach into the bag to grab it out instead of pushing it up from the bottom in order to get a hold of it.