Mountainsmith Cyber II Recycled-Fabric Camera Bag (Pinon Green, Large)
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- Multiple sizes conforming fit to a variety of devices
- Detachable shoulder strap
- Belt attachment option on L, M; Belt or shoulder strap attachment option on XS, S
- Internal memory card sleeve, fleece lined and padded interior
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- Product Dimensions: 10.1 x 5.3 x 3.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
- ASIN: B0019XUPOI
- Item model number: 08-81006R-38
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 12, 2008
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Top Customer Reviews
However, it does fit (just barely) in the medium size, which I also bought.
These are the actual interior dimensions:
Small - 4 x 2.5 x 1.25
Medium - 4.5 x 3 x 1.75
Note that Amazon lists sizing for Large but not Medium, but the Large size was not available for sale.
The product itself is well made and well padded. The tough exterior is made of recycled PET bottles.
Tip: Check the "interior" dimensions in the product description against any item you want to carry securely. They offer several sizes of this design and I recomend them all.
The Mountainsmith Cyber II line all seem to use the same attachment design, which allows them to be *threaded* onto a horizontal strap, or *attached* to a vertical strap.
Let me elaborate the difference: the back of the case has opposing flaps that adhere to each other with a massive patch of hook-and-loop fasteners; another small piece of hook-and-loop tucks around from the outer flap to make this a very secure closure. Because those two flaps can fold over and close around a vertical strap, you do not need to be able to thread the strap through anything. However, in order to put this on a horizontal strap, you have to thread it through (fairly big) holes in those same flaps. Which might be difficult if there is something on the end of that strap (such as a really big buckle on some backpack hipbelts, for example) or might be impossible if you can't thread it at all (for example, if you want to put it on the "wrong side" of the hipbelt from something that is stitched on, such as where the hipbelt's padding is attached).
Obviously, a lot of the foregoing will be mostly of interest to backpackers or other with complex requirements for attaching these things.Read more ›
The Mountainsmith Cyber II Camera Bag is a mixed blessing for me.
I bought the bag to hold my PDA. I use the PDA often and do not like to carry bulky or heavy objects in my pockets. Unfortunately this bag is too small for my PDA. They advertise the bag as 3 by 4.5 by 2 inches (internal), but it is just under 3" wide and I need the full 3".
I was preparing to send it back when my wife said she wanted it. She has a small mini camera that fits perfectly in the Mountainsmith Cyber II. Since this bag is well made with abundant protection for her camera, she decided it is better than the one she used.
I noticed that, although the product includes a nice detachable shoulder strap, there are no hooks or eyelets for attaching the strap. Again, I thought I would be returning the item. Then she noticed the belt attachment and judged it perfect. The belt attachment is the best I have seen. It is adjustable and strong. It has two velcro straps that firmly join together to surround the belt. As my wife noted, it can firmly secure the camera on the shoulder strap of her purse. Since her camera in this case weighs so little, she can attach her camera to her purse strap and have only one strap to wear. I called it a brilliant idea.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Protects my expensive camera really well. It is strong fabric, really tough.Published 9 months ago by J.T.
I strapped this on the front of my backpack for a recent trip and it was handy to have it accessible while hiking. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Teresa Vander Woude
Great pouch. Will suggest to friends if they ask. Really wish there was a bigger on though. The medium one is too small for video camera.Published 20 months ago by Victor Vidal
Very nice case, exactly as described, good price and perfect fit for my Canon Powershot A3300. Nice padding and inside pocket for extra battery.Published on February 13, 2012 by EZd
Already had a better case, but for the price $5 I thought I would grab a spare incase my other one gets misplaced. Its an okay camera case, not really anything special. Read morePublished on January 24, 2012 by Joseph P. Souza
While traveling overseas, I grew uncomfortable with my camera knocking around loose in my backpack. I wanted a case for it, and this one fills the bill nicely. Read morePublished on January 3, 2012 by Hoofpick
I got the medium size bag for my Canon SX150, and it does fit, but not with enough room for spare AA batteries. Read morePublished on December 25, 2011 by Roy Maxwell
It's great to use recycled products that are really made well. This case was. It was close to the color we wanted. Read morePublished on November 27, 2011 by Captain Tom
really like it with this price. I used it for replacing a previous Nikon camera bag which was made with some artificial "leather"-like material and became worn out for only a few... Read morePublished on November 20, 2011 by darwinmorgan