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MegaGear "Ever Ready" Protective Dark Brown Leather Camera Case, Bag for Canon PowerShot G16
|Price:||$35.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
- Tailored for Canon G16 , High quality, compact, lightweight and extremely durable material
- Protective, soft internal fabric to protect your camera from bumping and shocking
- Internal soft layer protects LCD screen from scratches and bumps
- Protect your camera and other accessories from dust, scratches and damages
- "Ever Ready" no need to take out the camera when taking photo, can be install on the tripod
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|Fabric Type||pu leather|
|Item Dimensions||4.3 x 1.6 x 3 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.35 pounds|
MegaGear "Ever Ready" case is the Best Canon PowerShot G16 case
There are many cases out there and although some of them can accommodate a wide variety of cameras and models, the best ones are definitely those that have been made specifically for a certain model.
What makes the MegaGear "Ever Ready" Case stand out from the competition, is the fact that it has been designed specifically with Canon's best selling G16 camera in mind. The case is made of PU leather, which will keep your camera safe from dust and falls. Its interior is lined with a really soft fabric, which will ensure that the lens of your Canon PowerShot G16 camera won't get scratched or damaged, while you're carrying it inside the case.
But perhaps the coolest thing about the case is the fact that it uses MegaGear's, "Ever Ready, design. If you see a photo opportunity, while your camera is stored in the case, all you'll have to do is pull open the specially designed flap, and you will be able to easily take the photo, as if your camera wasn't in the case. You won't even have to take it out of the protective case in order to put it onto a tripod!
If you are looking for the best protective case for your Canon PowerShot G16 , then the MegaGear "Ever Ready" Case, is definitely the one for you.
Top Customer Reviews
1. Three of the seven photos in the advertisement show the camera in the case with the bottom snap unsnapped. To me, this implied the camera would be used in this manner. Wrong! The only time you would unsnap the lower snap is when you are removing the cover completely. Trying to flip the cover backward over the camera results in part of the cover covering the lens and would result in lens damage if the camera was turned on.
2. Opening the case by unsnapping the side two snaps is very clumsy. Took some practice before becoming comfortable opening the case without wearing the neck strap (to insure that camera was not dropped.)
3. The show stopper!
Trying to attach the case to the camera proved to be quite difficult and when attached, the camera was loose in the case. Discovered the problem was that the threads on the attachment screw were incorrect. After rethreading the screw, attachment was relatively easy and the camera was secure in the case.
Verdict: The case appears to provide adequate protection for the G16's vulnerable screen and built in lens cover I would only recommend this case if you are able (willing) to rethread the attachment screw.
Take the snap off, and flip the upper back enough to turn the camera on, then rotate it around until it's stopped by the lens. If you rotate it too far before you turn the camera on, the camera will detect the case blocking the lens and it will give you an error message.
I had a great time shooting with it all day, without having to remove the upper part at any time.
I do have two small issues, though:
One, the mounting screw on my case is very slightly offset, so I have to nudge the case to the right to get it to thread into the camera. I'm not really worried about this, though, because being a leather case, it will eventually conform properly to the camera.
Two, the nylon ends on the leather strap are pretty flimsy. I'm keeping it as a back-up strap, but I'm sticking with the one that came with the camera, because it feels more secure.
i am a grab and shoot amateur photographer, the cover, if not unclipped on two points is in the way of the zoom.
therefore i unclip on the right hand side and on bottom, wich leaves the cover dangling and oftens unclips, and drops
ratio quality price: very good
patricle: strap long enough, access to controls: very good
So, to cope and use the case with my camera for actual picture taking, I completely take off and stash the front of the case.
The case is quite attractive, though. Someone at a meeting that saw my camera in this case immediately started talking about how old fashioned it looked, like something her father had owned years ago. It does replicate that vintage old school Leica / Kodak Reflex / Exacta / Practica / Canon style hard ever ready case look and feel.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great quality. Easy to install. Saving the lens on my camera. Love it. Leather is a little stiff at first but after a month of use the case easily unsnaps and swings free to take... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Gift of Travel
My first camera in the late 1960's had a case very much like this and I really loved the durability of that case. This case lives up to my memories. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Bicyclist47
Received it as advertised, I like it a lot, the removable lid is a weebit impractical though.Published 15 days ago by FEM
beautiful color, strong attachment, secure, protective and comfortable to wear around the neck. Super Quality Product. Makes a great gift!Published 21 days ago by rebbeca
Its decent product for the money, obvious its plastic once received.Published 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
Good quality leather. The color variations make this case seem vintage. Which is rather poetic for a small digital.Published 3 months ago by Deborah Harr