Nikon CF-DC2 Semi-Soft Case for D5000 Series Digital SLR with Lenses up to 18-135mm Zoom - Compatible with D5200, D5100, D5000, D3200, D5300

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About Nikon CF-DC2

Black, semi-soft case designed to protect select Nikon D-SLRs with a lens attached.

The Nikon CF-DC2 is commonly used for Protecting slrs, Transporting slrs and more.The Nikon CF-DC2 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual photographer, Photo enthusiast among others.The Nikon CF-DC2 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Nikon CF-DC2: Easily accessible equipment, Lightweight, Roomy lens compartment, Supports lens well and Well padded

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Lightweight (10),Roomy lens compartment (6),Easily accessible equipment (5),Well padded (5),Supports lens well (4)
Best Uses:
Protecting slrs (8),Transporting slrs (7)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (8),Casual photographer (4)

Nikon CF-DC2 Specifications

Compatible With
D5200
D5100
D5000
D3200
D5300
Product Dimensions
6.3 x 4.3 x 6.7" (160 x 109 x 170mm)
Weight
8 oz (227g)
Mfr #
25398
SKU
INKCFDC2

Nikon CF-DC2 Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4.7

(based on 15 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Best Styling for a Necessity

To me, a camera case is a necessity. If you use the camera at all, it will take falls. I had expensive digital cameras slide off the hood of my car; and fall off the car seat onto the pavement. I’m on ocean beaches with sand and salt spray. The case may not prevent damage entirely but at least I am doing something to protect my investment. I like this case for its styling, size, and the Nikon name. It should be more welcome in restaurants compared to backpacks, sweaty holsters, or gear...

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To me, a camera case is a necessity. If you use the camera at all, it will take falls. I had expensive digital cameras slide off the hood of my car; and fall off the car seat onto the pavement. I’m on ocean beaches with sand and salt spray. The case may not prevent damage entirely but at least I am doing something to protect my investment. I like this case for its styling, size, and the Nikon name. It should be more welcome in restaurants compared to backpacks, sweaty holsters, or gear boxes. This case is really a holster. The D5100 camera drops into it and is connected with a retaining strap. The material and styling are classy. The case is tailored to the camera. But that creates a problem: It is intuitive to reach into the case, grab the camera and pull it out. If you do that, you will keep opening the side panel on the camera. I’m right handed so the door to the flash memory is pulled open. Instead, I take the camera out of the case by holding both by the lens, then turning the case upside down to let the camera slide out, straight down into the palm of my other hand. (Pour the camera out instead of pulling it out.) It fits the D5100 with the 55-200 mm lens. I have the case for the remote commander glued into this case (if you do this, pick a spot where the commander won’t be squeezed “on�). Best features: Material, styling, fit. Worse features: No thick padding or cushioning for the camera and lens.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

The good and the not so good

This Nikon soft case was purchased for me, a hobby photographer, for my birthday. I like its attractive appearance and the ease with which I can remove and reseal the back part of the case to the front using a large and conveniently positioned piece of velco that is underneath the 'Nikon' patch (see image). What I do not like is that the case is really designed to get your camera safely to a photo shoot and then to be taken off. It is not designed to be repeatedly open up for a shot and then

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This Nikon soft case was purchased for me, a hobby photographer, for my birthday. I like its attractive appearance and the ease with which I can remove and reseal the back part of the case to the front using a large and conveniently positioned piece of velco that is underneath the 'Nikon' patch (see image). What I do not like is that the case is really designed to get your camera safely to a photo shoot and then to be taken off. It is not designed to be repeatedly open up for a shot and then to put the campera back in the case. The reason for this is the attachment point between the camera and the case is only one (not two) small strap that wraps around the camera strap itself so that when you open the case to use the camera, it dangles to one side and it is hard to position far enough away from the camera to not impede setting up a shot. In otherwards, if you are a nature photographer who want to protect your camera over the course of shoting session, this will probably drive you nuts; I would also like it to have a simple 'lens cap pocket' on the back as a convenient way to protect and not lose it over the course of using the camera.

Reviewed by 15 customers

 
5.0

excellent, easy access to my camera

By

from Rose Hill, KS  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use my camera outside and in my workshop to document process so I need it at the ready, but also protected from the environment. I can access my camera quickly with velcro instead of a zipper and the light weight case hangs ready from the strap. Without a bulky case and carrying extra equipment I don't need, I am able to efficiently focus on my work.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

The good and the not so good

By

from Lakewood WA  -  Photo Enthusiast

This Nikon soft case was purchased for me, a hobby photographer, for my birthday. I like its attractive appearance and the ease with which I can remove and reseal the back part of the case to the front using a large and conveniently positioned piece of velco that is underneath the 'Nikon' patch (see image). What I do not like is that the case is really designed to get your camera safely to a photo shoot and then to be taken off. It is not designed to be repeatedly open up for a shot and then to put the campera back in the case. The reason for this is the attachment point between the camera and the case is only one (not two) small strap that wraps around the camera strap itself so that when you open the case to use the camera, it dangles to one side and it is hard to position far enough away from the camera to not impede setting up a shot. In otherwards, if you are a nature photographer who want to protect your camera over the course of shoting session, this will probably drive you nuts; I would also like it to have a simple 'lens cap pocket' on the back as a convenient way to protect and not lose it over the course of using the camera.

 
5.0

Soft Case Safety

By

from Los Angeles, CA  -  Casual Photographer

Purchased this case for travel in my back pack or other carry on bags. Just wanted an additional layer of protection when traveling. Used it once already for a trip in my computer back pack. Worked as advertised and to my expectations.

 
4.0

Good case

By

from NJ  -  Casual Photographer

Good for light protection.

(25 of 27 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Styling for a Necessity

By

from Cheyenne, Wyoming

To me, a camera case is a necessity. If you use the camera at all, it will take falls. I had expensive digital cameras slide off the hood of my car; and fall off the car seat onto the pavement. I’m on ocean beaches with sand and salt spray. The case may not prevent damage entirely but at least I am doing something to protect my investment. I like this case for its styling, size, and the Nikon name. It should be more welcome in restaurants compared to backpacks, sweaty holsters, or gear boxes. This case is really a holster. The D5100 camera drops into it and is connected with a retaining strap. The material and styling are classy. The case is tailored to the camera. But that creates a problem: It is intuitive to reach into the case, grab the camera and pull it out. If you do that, you will keep opening the side panel on the camera. I’m right handed so the door to the flash memory is pulled open. Instead, I take the camera out of the case by holding both by the lens, then turning the case upside down to let the camera slide out, straight down into the palm of my other hand. (Pour the camera out instead of pulling it out.) It fits the D5100 with the 55-200 mm lens. I have the case for the remote commander glued into this case (if you do this, pick a spot where the commander won’t be squeezed “on�). Best features: Material, styling, fit. Worse features: No thick padding or cushioning for the camera and lens.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Not too bad

By

from Toronto  -  Casual Photographer

This case is design for Nikon D5000 but I use this case for my Nikon D5100. This soft case fit Nikon D5100 with 50mm 1.4 lens with hood on it. It's also fit perfectly with nikkor 18-200mm DX lens and Tokina 12-24mm lens. The only problem is that the hoods of these lenses have to stay home. Other than that it is good.

(5 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A perfect fit for my ...

By

from Phoenix Arizona

A perfect fit for my D5100 with 18-55mm lens. Designed to easily fit the attatch points for the camera strap. Very uesful when wearing strap around the neck, lift up the velcro attatch tab and the cover comes off very fast so no time lost fumbling around. Very well made and should last for years.

 
5.0

Highly recommend this camera case

By

from Boston, MA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Lightweight to carry but protects camera very well. I bring camera more now because camera case makes it so convenient. I have a Nikon D3000 camera the case works very well.

(14 of 75 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Holder

By

from Undisclosed

Hi, I would like to recommend this product to everyone

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A must have

By

from Long Island NY  -  Casual Photographer

I wouldn't take my camera out in public without this case on it.

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brownie y  does it fit d5200 with 18-140mm lens attached. I looked at the review from Amazon, and someone said this bag is too short and to tight to fit?
DOUGLAS F  Very tight fit
brownie y  what case should i pick which will fit better
Mia N  I have a Nikon D5100 and I've had it for 2 weeks. But I still need a bag to put it in. Will this bag work with Nikon D5100 with 18-55mm lens?
JACK M  Hi Mia, The short answer is --- yes , this cover will accomodate your camera. It features a retention strap that lets it hang from the camera strap, or it can be completely detached.
Shopper  Does anyone know if the case is closed by velcro or magnet or some sort? I'm hoping to look for one to fit my D5100 with 18-105mm lens without velcro :)
EMANUELE N  Very good case for a D5100 with a 18-105mm lens, with velcro closure on top.
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