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asked by Dobewon on December 29, 2010
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It's a pretty tight squeeze for the Canon SX150, which is the same size. With it in the bag, there is room for 2 AA batteries in the front pouch, but the camera barely fits.
Benjamin J. Garner answered on December 30, 2011
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Agree with Benjamin. I bought this case for my Canon SX150, and it barely fits...have to force the zipper really tight. if SX120 has the same dimension as SX150, you better buy a bigger case.
Manish answered on January 1, 2012
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I am surprised by Ben and Manish's responses...you both must be braver than I. I too have a Canon PowerShot SX150 and I tried to put that camera into this case holder...and I guess I'm just afraid of braking something on the camera because try as I might, I couldn't get the Canon to fit inside it (that or the case felt like it would have to be torn apart to do so).

The case itself seems to be a very good one if your camera can fit inside it. I may end up keeping it for my Fuji FinePix T300 instead. :)
Dejan Jancevski answered on June 29, 2012
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