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AmazonBasics Neoprene Camera Case

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Brand: AmazonBasics / Size: Small digital cameras / Features: Weather-resistant Neoprene exterior

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      31.01.2011 20:29
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      Alright, just get your ruler out before ordering!

      This is a fully functional camera case which looks smart and has a soft, reasonable-quality feel to it. It is well thought out with separate compartments that make things easy to find and ensure that everything isn't thrown in together which can cause scratches. The case looks like it would protect against most of the elements and that it would keep your camera pretty secure. It is perhaps a little pricey for a basics range, costing £5.99 with free postage from Amazon.co.uk, but on the other hand, many other camera cases cost a lot more and probably don't offer much extra.

      However I would suggest that you thoroughly check the measurements of the case with the measurements of your camera before purchasing! The internal dimensions are 2.2 x 1.24 x 3.70 inches (55.8mm x 3.05mm x 9.40mm). I ordered this case assuming that because the description stated that it was designed for small digital cameras, it would go well with my new Kodak Easyshare M530, which is about the size of most compact point and shoot cameras these days. When the case arrived though I found that it was almost twice as big as it needed to be! Huge, in fact. So I would only recommend purchasing this if you have quite a large digital camera or perhaps a camcorder, as otherwise your camera, like mine, will be swimming around in the case.

      Oh, and if you're concerned about labels and such things, you might like to avoid this case, as it has a not-very-cool 'Amazon basics' tab sticking out of the side of it. Not a problem for me, but I can imagine some people wouldn't be all that impressed by it!

      (updated and revised from my review on Amazon.co.uk)

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