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Case Logic DCB-304 High Zoom Camera Case, Size 7.1x7.5x4.7", Color: Black.

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Review Summary

 
3.6

(based on 38 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (18)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

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    (7)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

to small for camera it came with

This case came in a package when I bought my camera. The problem with this case is that it will only hold the body with out a lens, so is usless for the camera it was bundled with.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Are you kidding me?

This case was included in a kit purchase I made that included a Nikon D600 and 28-300 Nikon Lens. The camera and lens do not fit into this case. Why would you include a case into a kit that does not fit the camera and lens?

Reviewed by 38 customers

 
5.0

CASE

By

 -  Beginner

THE P510 FITS NICELY INCLUDING PADDED STRAP. I ALSO CARRY A SMALL LITTLE TRIPOD TO USE ON HOOD OF VEHICLE. THE SIEDE COMPARMENTS WILL CARRY EXTRA THINGS ALSO.

 
5.0

Good Small Case

By

 -  Semi-Pro

I had purchased one earlier for my Nikon L820, and then bought a second for my older L110. Good fit for the cameras, gives good protection while travelling. Sufficiant pockets for the accessories.

 
5.0

Great bag

By

 -  Semi-Pro

Just the right size for my Nikon L820. Provides protection, enough space for all the accessories that came with the camera.

 
5.0

Case Logic Camera Case

By

 -  Beginner

I use the Camera Bag to hold my Nikon Coolpix L820 camera. There is plenty of room for accessories.

 
4.0

It is what it is

By

 -  Semi-Pro

For an smallish, inexpensive point and shoot this fits the bill perfectly. Seems pretty well constructed.

 
5.0

Pretty good case.

By

 -  Beginner

The Case Logic bag fits my Nikon Coolpix L820 pretty darn well. Nice amount of padding, zipper is smooth, strap is of a good length and has enough compartments to hold a charger, extra batteries, cables etc. I am very happy with it.

 
4.0

Good padded bag

By

 -  Hobbyist

This bag came with the Nikon CoolPix L820.The fit is good.I haven't used it for long,but it should wear well.

 
5.0

Pefect Case For My Rangefinder

By

 -  Hobbyist

I bought this case to use with my Fujifilm X100s. It is the perfect5 size for that and allows me to store the battery, portable charger, extra battery and media cards. I have the X100S in a leather case and it fits just fine in the front pocket. The quality is very good and I think it will stand up for a good long time.

 
5.0

Perfect for my camera

By

 -  Beginner

This bag is just right for my Nikon L820 and its accessories. I like to travel light and did not want a bulky bag. This holds the camera, extra batteries, cards, and cords. I also like that it has an orange stripe which distinguishes it from other black bags. Best of all the interior of the main compartment is orange and the side pockets are gray, making it easy to find what I am looking for!

 
2.0

Not up to the D800

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 -  Semi-Pro

I recently purchased a Nikon D800 kit which included a Case Logic. I'm still learning how to use the D800 (I've always been a large format guy), but my first impression is that the case is not something I'd put a $3200 top of the line Nikon camera in. I'd like a lot more padding around the Nikon, just in case. It looks like it's going to be a tight fit to even get the D800 in the case. That's probably good in some ways, but if getting it in and out is tight, there's always the possibility of fumbling it, especially when out in the field, which is the only place I shoot. For most folks a D800 has got to be a rather big investment (it cost more than my first car did) and I'd like a much sturdier case to go with it, even if it meant a few extra bucks. As of now, I'll probably have to buy an upgrade as is.

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