The Lowepro Portland 30 Camera Pouch offer a compact, lightweight and flexible way to carry your compact camera and smartphone - in one convenient solution. It is flexible interior divider system allows easy fit for a variety of devices.
Reviewed by 2 customers
It fits my Fuji X100S just fine, but very snug with the adapter ring and filter on. The big design flaw is that the material of the red partition is so tough that it can scratch the LCD screen. I had to cut it. What are you thinking Lowepro using that kind of material in that tight space.
Fits Fujifilm X100S nicely, which is to say, there is also room inside for my attached Joby GorillaPod Micro 250 Tripod, and OP/TECH USA wrist strap. I do not use an extension or filter on the X100, just the stock Fuji Lens cap. The exterior pocket is big enough to fit my dumb phone (Casio Gzone), though I will probably not use it that way. Could fit spare batteries, lens cloth etc. I had previously used a lens pouch to transport the camera, and when I put other stuff in there I scratched the camera display -- so I'm glad that Lowepro has an exterior pocket. I'll probably remove the Lowepro's red divider -- as I don't plan to cram a smart phone in with my camera. The Lowepro's belt loop looks very secure w/ solid strap and double velcro closure. The Lowepro came with a "carry wrist strap". The buckle didn't look like something I could trust, so I threw it away. I'm pleased -- have been looking for a minimal way to transport the X100S while on the move. I like that the closures are zippers instead of velcro, which tends to stick to the wrong thing at the wrong time. I like that the opening is big enough to get the camera in/out. I like that the pouch is just large enough to hold what I want when moving, but not larger; and I like that it has construction and sturdiness that the camera deserves. I suppose I'd prefer all-black over black-and-grey, if that were available.