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Sony Jacket Case for Cyber-shot RX100

by Sony
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  • Modern retro Just-Fit design
  • Supplied shoulder strap
  • Tripod attachable jacket case
1 new from $84.80


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 2 x 6.3 inches ; 5.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0089KJT64
  • Item model number: LCJRXA/B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 6, 2012

Product Description

Sophisticated leather-like finish

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Soft leather strap for comfort when you hang the case around your neck.
Jinkaroo
This is a well crafted case and I find it worth every penny as I hike, ski, bike with my camera.
seawall7
I wanted the camera to fit in my purse pocket in the case and still look nice.
TishKitty

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

95 of 98 people found the following review helpful By MyKeyReviews on July 17, 2012
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I managed to try this case out with an RX100 before the release at a Sony product event.

I loved the feel of quality and it looked amazing, another thing I liked was a screw that goes through the bottom of the case into the cameras tripod receptacle, this ensured the camera was completely solid and would not fall out of the case, the screw also has a tripod receptacle at the bottom so you could still mount it on top of a tripod.

The top part of the case is held together by some poppers which is easily taken off if you wish to remove it, though you can keep it on and just flip it over so it's out of the way.

As for the strap, once again amazing quality.

The only reason why it had received four stars rather than five was purely based on the current price, Sony have it available at an eye-watering price and whilst I will be purchasing this case for my RX100 due to the fact it provides a perfect fit and is of great quality, I will be grinding my teeth whilst doing so.

Though as mentioned before, it is very high quality, so if you want one that is perfect for the RX100, then you will need to fork out that extra cash to get your hands on this premium case.

[EDIT - July 2013]

I have now tried this with the RX100M2 and can safely say it fits in perfectly, though when it comes to moving the screen it just catches the sides of the case, to get around this it's best to extend the screen out before inserting the camera into the case, though only do this when the camera is in use.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Marcelo Uemura on October 18, 2012
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I have both this case and the MegaGear - Ever Ready Protective Black Leather Camera Case , Bag for Sony DSC-RX100 RX100. Even with the price difference, I prefer the Sony case. There are important differences (at least in my book) between the two:
- The fit is much better on the Sony case. The MegaGear top cover feels like it was created for a camera that was about a half inch taller than the RX100. The Sony case feels just right.
- The material quality is better on the Sony. The MegaGear uses some plasticky leather imitation, The strap in particular feels much nicer to the touch on the Sony. It is a lot more comfortable if you are wearing this case on your neck, in particular because the Sony has a velvet-like lining and the MegaGear has a harsher plastic/leather imitation material.
- But the deal breaker for me is that the bottom part of the MegaGear case blocks the usb port, so you have to unscrew the case every time you want to charge or transfer your photos via USB. The Sony you can charge the battery without removing the case.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Douglas on January 6, 2013
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This case works fine. As cases go, it is good - the camera fits well, it seems reasonably well made, and it functions as expected. I took it on a trip recently and found it pretty useless, though. The beauty of the RX100 is that you can stick it in your pocket. It's easy to get out, quickly turn on, and take a picture; or, you can just hold it in your hand as you walk around. I never used the case because it made the camera seem awkward. I suppose it protects the camera well, but that never seemed like much of a problem.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By TishKitty on January 15, 2013
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I debated between the cheaper third party case and this one also, but chose this case because it fits closer to the camera, is less bulky, does not block the USB port, and yes, because it has the Sony logo. All my cameras are made by Sony and it's nice to have the OEM accessories. It is too expensive (though the Amazon price is not as bad), it's not leather (it would probably be bulkier and stiffer if it were), but the styling is beautiful, I've gotten a lot of compliments on how retro and cool it looks. The case is slim enough to slip into the front pocket of a normal (Stone Mountain) purse, so I can have it ready to take photos quickly. You can undo just one of the snaps if you're in a hurry, and then easily close it back up. The Sony DSC-RX100 20.2 MP Exmor CMOS Sensor Digital Camera with 3.6x Zoom itself does not have good grips on it, it's very smooth and a little slippery and has a huge LCD screen taking up most of the back of the camera, so I feel much safer when this is attached. My only complaint about the case is lack of access for the battery and memory card compartment, but otherwise it's excellent. It is easy to get on and off, and attaches very securely to the camera through the tripod mounting hole while leaving you another mounting hole on the bottom of the case (thank you Sony). The case came with a neck strap, but I wanted to use a wrist strap so I got ...Read more ›
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