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4.2 out of 5 stars
HDE Universal Camera Case for Canon Powershot
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon March 15, 2010
You really can't say much about a product that costs as little as this one. (Shipping is almost as expensive as the product!)

Having said that, the case is a fairly well-made neoprene protector for your Point and Shoot. The zipper appears rugged enough to withstand a lot of use, and the double zipper grips are nice. The D-Ring is better than expected, and certainly better than some of the cheap ones you often see coming from China that fall apart after a couple of uses.

The case's appearance is pleasant and unobtrusive and won't bring unwanted attention to your camera.

The reason I give it four stars instead of five is that the case should really have a belt loop and/or a pocket for an additional battery or SD card. Other than those missing components, I'm pretty happy with the case.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on February 10, 2010
This is just what I needed. I bought a new Canon Powershot SD780 and I would always throw it in my bag with me to take around. I was worried about it getting scratched or dented so I started looking for an inexpensive camera case. This fits perfectly, its a softcase, and its not bulky. Definitely great value!!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on May 8, 2010
This is a great case at a great price. I never bought a case for my first Canon Powershoot, I just through in my pants pocket. I figured by time it got all scratched up it would be obsolete. What I liked about the SD camera line is that its so small. If you add a bulky case you lose that. This thing adds almost nothing to the size and weight of the camera.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 14, 2010
I bought this case for my SD1400 and it is way to big. I don't recommend it unless you are certain it exactly fits your camera model. Otherwise it will slip around and actually make your camera much larger in your pocket than it actually is - which defeats the purpose of buying a small snapshot camera.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on March 22, 2010
I loved the belt clip option for this camera - on vacation or hikes, I hated rummaging in my backpack or carrying it around my wrist. With this bag, it's clip-on and go!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 31, 2010
I bought this item recently for my wife's Canon SD780 which she carries in her purse. For the money, I didn't have real high expectations, but I expected more than I got. It's protective capabilities are marginal in my opinion. It's not for someone who tends to be a bit on the rough side. Case padding is meager and I question whether it would protect the camera if it received a good lick. My wife and I have opted for an older, more substantial case to protect the SD780. We'll use this one to carry an extra battery and charger. I add this comment after returning from a July, 2011 trip to the beach. My wife, after using the camera, placed it back in the case and then, apparently thinking a cloth cooler(with ice water) carried "beach stuff", put the camera in the ice water. To my horror, I discovered her mistake 30 minutes later while loading the car. I removed the camera from the case and was somewhat encouraged to discover the camera seemed to be pretty much dry. I let the camera dry for two days and than, click, it worked. So, add water resistant to the product's attributes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 3, 2010
This slim camera case fits easily into a shirt pocket. The clip for a belt, however, tore the loop it was anchored on. If someone hadn't noticed this hanging by a thread, the camera would have been lost. Is it the clip's problem or the strap? Buy it, but plan to pocket it.
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on March 14, 2012
PROS: This fits all my Canon Powershot cameras perfectly! The two way zipper makes getting the camera in and out fast especially if it is hooked on my belt or the back of the knapsack of the person I'm following on the trail. I love the carabiner clip for security when I'm climbing and just a place to hook my keys. It is 2-5/8" x 4-1/8" x 3/4" moderately thick cushioned flexible cover that resists moisture and dirt. The two way zipper opens 1" below the UL corner and extends across the top to 2" below the UR corner. The case fits easily in my hand and is more secure than carrying the camera wo a cover. It's a great way to protect your investment!
CONS: No outside pouch or inside pocket for an additional battery or SD card which is too bad because both would still fit inside along with the camera. As fast as I pull the camera out, an inside pocket would be great to keep an additional battery and SD card secure.
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on May 29, 2014
I bought this case for my powershot camera because I'm not the gentlest person with my electronics. Four years later, and it's still in pretty good shape. The zipper is now a little corroded, but that's to be expected from fishing trips each year.

I really like that it came with a D-ring (I slipped the camera's wrist band through there, so when I'm taking pictures the case hangs from my wrist and I don't have to worry about losing it).

It would be nice if there was an extra internal compartment to hold an extra SD card or cable...but since I just wanted a simple case to protect my camera from everyday scratches and wear, this case does just fine.
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on October 23, 2010
I purchased this with a camera to send to my son who is in a study abroad program on Australia's Gold Coast. I was tempted to keep it for myself because I really like it, but did send it to him. He is very active with water sports, partying, and life in general, so I feel that the camera will be safer with a nice, small, unobtrusive case that can attach right to his belt loop. Cool!
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