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  • Canon PSC-55 Deluxe Leather Compact Case for SD430, SD500, SD550, SD600, SD630, SD700IS, SD800IS, SD850 IS, SD900,SD950IS & SD870IS 300 HS , 100 HS Canon Digital Cameras models
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Canon PSC-55 Deluxe Leather Compact Case for SD430, SD500, SD550, SD600, SD630, SD700IS, SD800IS, SD850 IS, SD900,SD950IS & SD870IS 300 HS , 100 HS Canon Digital Cameras models

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  • Black leather digital camera carrying case
  • Silver Canon logo accent
  • Protects your camera from the dings and scratches of travel and everyday use
  • Magnetic front flap closure
  • Stitched leather belt loop and wrist strap pass-through slot
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 2.6 x 1.8 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000EVLS4C
  • Item model number: 1588B001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (568 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 13, 2006

Product Description

Product Description

Canon PSC-55 Deluxe Leather Camera Case

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A stylish digital camera demands stylish protection. This Canon leather carrying case will defend your camera from the dings and scratches of travel and everyday use while looking smart all the time. It features a Velcro front flap closure for quick access so you won't miss those sudden photo opportunities. Inside the case is a soft interior lining and space for extra memory cards. You can carry the case on your hip, thanks to the stitched leather belt loop, or securely in your hand with a pass-through slot for the camera's wrist strap.

Compatible Canon PowerShot Digital Camera Models
SD400, SD430, SD450, SD500, SD550, and SD700IS

Customer Reviews

There are NO zippers to scratch the polished metal or LCD of your camera.
JanSobieski
My Canon SD 550 fits perfectly in this case and case looks great, leather quality is very good.
C. Vemuri
Even with the case on your camera fits well in a shirt or pants pocket or purse.
fairview

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

137 of 142 people found the following review helpful By JanSobieski on April 7, 2006
This case is perfect for my SD550 or any similar sized camera. My camera fits snug and it's the least bulky case I've come across. One drawback however: Since it is optimized to be as slim as possible there is NO room for an additional memory card or battery. This poses no problem for me as I only use this case to carry the camera in my pocket. All accessories are in my large camera bag.

Both the back and the front of this small case are designed with a hard stiff front and back designed to protect the LCD monitor. There are NO zippers to scratch the polished metal or LCD of your camera. The case opens with a velcro tab which holds the camera very securely.

One other case I would consider is the Lowepro D-Pod 10 which is slightly more bulky but does provide a bit more protection. I have both and use both depending on the amount of protection desired. My dad owns only the PSC-55 as it provides plenty of protection for him.

This is a very nice case and reasonably priced.
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85 of 90 people found the following review helpful By gadgetgirl on May 8, 2006
This case is a perfect fit for my Canon SD700 IS. It doesn't have pockets or room for extra batteries and charger, but it slips right into my pocket or purse. The leather is soft and smooth, fit and finish is very good, and the hard front and back of the case provide a little extra protection for the camera. It does have a belt loop on the back that I will probably never use. Included in the package is a matching black leather wrist strap for the camera. If you want something small and sleek to protect the camera, not to carry a ton of accessories around in, I highly recommend the PSC-55.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Pon on January 23, 2007
This is a nice and compact leather case and is a good bit less bulky than some of the "universal" cases. It is an especially good fit for the SD800 IS we have and the leather is a nice texture for slipping in your pocket still. I like the snap closure better than the velcro which can be fairly noisy in situations that need to be quiet. It also has a little magnetic property that helps latch it. The only caution I have to exercise is that the snap on the cover will tap the camera if you don't hold it going either in or out of the case. I don't know that it would hurt anything but I try to prevent that any way, which is easy by simply holding your hand a little differently. But this is my case of choice by a long shot. It has that nice look and feel associated with fine products of this kind.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Peripatetic on January 25, 2008
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Just received this case from Amazon to hold a new Canon SD870IS (also from Amazon). This version of the PSC-55 case does *not* fit the SD870IS. The product description here doesn't match the actual product - the "new" version has a magnetic clasp vs. the Velcro closure (see description). Will be returning this case to Amazon.

Notes:
- I have a previous version of the PSC-55 (also purchased from Amazon, back in 2006) - and it fits my Canon SD630 *perfectly*.
- The 2006 version had the Velcro closure, which makes it so much easier to securely close the case. (You don't have to precisely align the little metal button with its magnet, as with the 2008 version.)
- I placed the two PSC-55 cases right next to each other: The 2008 version is narrower (top-to-bottom) and thicker (front-to-back).
- There is at least one other reviewer here who has noticed the same problem (with the SD870IS).
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Brian's Dad on August 9, 2007
Quit reading these reviews and just get the darn thing. You will not regret it.

PROs:

1. Sleek and trim. It's a perfect fit, with no unnecessary space between the camera and the holder. This means there's no room for holding an extra battery or memory cards. So carry the extra battery and memory card somewhere else. Big deal. It's a moot point for many of us, since a fully charged battery will almost always last an entire day, as will a 2GB memory card. (Exceptions for heaving shooting or flash use).

2. Belt loop. Yes, it's tiny hassle having to undo one's belt to slip on the camera case. But, for those of us who don't carry a purse, it's a godsend. I frequently carry the SD800 in my front trouser pocket without the case. But when it's in the case, it won't fit comfortably in the pocket. Thanks for the belt loop.

3. Magnet clasp! From the pictures, I thought it was a metal snap, but it's not. It is a magnet. The little button on the flap fits into the small corresponding hole, but it does not "snap" shut like a snap. It merely shuts securely via magnetic force. Opening and closing with one hand is . . . a snap. What's nice about the magnet is that even if the little metal button misses the hole, the magnetic force will still keep the flap shut.

4. It Looks Great. The leather (or faux leather) has a nice matte-type sheen, similar to that of a Coach Handbag. The metal "Canon" emblem on the flap is elegantly done, even if it seems to scream out "Great camera inside; steal this." Nice touch.

5. Canon Does Canon. I have bought cheap camera cases from third party makers (via eBay), and you get what you pay for. They're not bad cases, but this Canon one is just a notch above.

5a. Matching Strap.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By E. Jan on July 6, 2006
The case fit really well, like a glove. It's really useful just for a quick pull and shoot. However, my camera hit the side of a table and the screen broke. It was like a tap...and it cost me 130 dollars to fix the screen. Because of the 2.5 or larger LCD screens, it just leaves more to be exposed and I recommend you get a hard case esp for these big lcd screen cameras.
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