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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Lightweight, decent quality and a good deal. In the video I cover all the features, size, etc. I should have mentioned that it holds two Gopro Hero housings comfortably and keeps the lenses scratch free.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on September 28, 2010
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The bag is of decent quality and not misrepresented, but I am disappointed in two things.
1. the camera is not zipped into the bag, only has velcro flap
2. the velcro belt strap is not as secure as I would like.
Pros:
1. Has a small ring on the back that you can use a for a hook attachment
2. Small zipper pocket in front will hold credit cards, etc (I have confirmed this).

These cons make me reluctant to use this bag in a theme park or busy event. I think it would be fine for every day use, or to store the camera on a shelf or in a car, but I am not too wild about those two things. The flap makes it easy to get quickly out, but also makes it easier to fall out on a roller coaster or something. I guess it depends on what you want this bag for.
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
TOP 1000 REVIEWERon July 29, 2010
I measure the interior of the main compartment of this medium-ish bag to be 5 x 3 x 2.3". The interior lining is soft and protective, and the outer fabric is a good quality heavy nylon packcloth. Has a nice belt loop with handy velcro so the belt doesn't have to come off in order to install or remove it. On the front there is a sidewise slender pocket with a good quality zipper. On mine, the velcro closure is where it is supposed to be for the bag to function properly. So maybe there was a quality control issue with the bag received by the earlier reviewer.

There is one flaw on mine, which is that the top flap is too narrow to properly protect the contents of the bag. If I were to load it in just the right way, and really stuff it, the flap would keep stuff in, but not completely prevent rain from entering. That is if I were out in the rain. Otherwise it wouldn't be an issue, would it? So - sooner or later I will find a piece of black coated nylon in my arsenal of such stuff, and create a little rain shroud. Already got it designed in my head. I'm always doing that kind of mod. But one shouldn't really have to. Still for six bucks this gets five stars.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on September 25, 2010
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Amazon's line up of camera bags are offered in various sizes and always in black. The AmazonBasics FF model measures in at 3.5" x 2.75" x 5". Its roomy enough for me to easily stow two Flip pocket camcorders or a medium sized point and shoot camera.

The exterior is well stitched and comprised of water repellent nylon. Like other models in this line it secures via a velcro fastened flap. I found that the flap gaps to the point that it compromises the protection of my gear. The jury is out on the velcro fastened belt loop. The included nylon lanyard/wrist strap can be attached to the D ring mounted on the back above the belt loop.

This case also sports a front mounted zipper pocket for SD card or battery storage. The zipper looks first rate but I have serious reservations about the logo embedded rubber tab. Its been my personal experience that these kind of tabs don't hold up well in the long haul. Both my ear buds and mp3 player cases had the same tab design. I had to replace both tabs within six months of purchase.

I like the quality of the interior. Its roomy, nicely lined, and offers a good degree of padded protection. As I have mentioned earlier, both of our Flip pocket camcorders stow easily in this carrying case. This model also comes with a one year warranty against defects.

Even with the flaws, I still find the AmazonBasics Universal Camera Case (FF)to be an economically priced alternative to pricier, comparable products.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on September 23, 2010
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The universal camera case is essentially a functional generic camera case. Among its pros - it is roomy and will hold a larger digital camera or small videorecorder. It also has a zipper pocket on the front that is large enough to hold batteries and a memory card and this pocket is covered by the flap. The cons for this camera case include that is fastens with velcro and the velcro is a rectangle at the base of the case, so the flip-over flap tends to "pop" or "bellow out" and can get caught on things. The case has a wrist strap but no over-the-shoulder strap and it is basic black with mediocre craftsmanship. It is the sort of case you overlook, or buy if it is the right fit or will be better than nothing, but it isn't a case that jumps off the shelf to grab your attention.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on December 26, 2010
Good job Amazon! This case would be so much more at the store with an brand name on it. It fits my Sanyo Xacti 2000 dual camera. Great value!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon November 28, 2011
This is a larger camera case than you would need for a compact digital camera. Most digital cameras currently sold in the $100 range will slide around in it. My older Canon Powershot A590 - while inside its own smaller padded case - all fit easily inside this case, with no velcro fastener issues. I measure the inside at 2.5" x 3" x 5.25", plus it is a soft case so anything similar to that should fit fine.

The main flap velcro is about 1" x 2", so should easily stay closed until the velcro starts to age. The belt clip velcro is about 1.25"x1.325" and is quite secure unless tugged very hard. It can fit a belt up to 2" wide.

The case is padded on all sides with separate pads, but the edges and corners on the front and back are left unprotected. However, the back has a seam that helps make up for it, and the fold-over flap helps protect the front. Also, the sides on the top are open due to the fold-over flap. Thus, you can't completely rely on the padding to protect a camera if dropped as the camera could land on an unpadded area. That said, the pads are thicker than most cheap padded camera cases.

The tiny ring on the back has a wrist strap, or the ring could be used with a hook to attach to a waist pack or something similar.

Not bad for a cheap camera case if you want something a bit larger than a typical digital camera needs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 5, 2011
I needed a case for a Canon SX130 IS camera. It was difficult to find one that I was confident would be large enough for this camera. This case is a pretty good match for the camera. The case closes with a hook-and-loop (velcro) flap. The flap seems adequate for holding the camera in the case, though it doesn't perfectly cover the opening in the case. I actually like the flap; it is very easy and quick to open the case to remove the camera. There is also a small compartment large enough for a couple extra batteries. The zipper on the compartment seems to close it securely; I don't think the zipper would open on it's own, though I don't know that from personal experience. I'm sure there are many better cases out there, but not anywhere near this price. Bottom line for me is that it protects the screen on the back of the Canon SX130 IS camera, which is the main thing I was interested in.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on June 25, 2011
I recently purchased an Olympus XZ-1. The camera is a little larger than the average point and shoot "pocket" camera because of the lens and the lens ring. This case can hold it easily, as well as a spare battery and memory card. The case is well constructed with a soft lining to protect the screen. A flap with a velcro closure makes it easy to access the camera and shoot. The only negative is the side zipping accessory pocket which is an invitation to lose your spare battery or memory card if you forget to zip it close. A top closing zipper would have been better. The belt loop and flap closure seem stable enough for any use other than extreme sports.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 29, 2011
I picked this up on a lightning deal, hoping for something to protect my Olympus PEN E-PM1. I wasn't sure it would fit - but, with the right lens, it does!

The PM1 kit lens will *not* fit, but there are several micro 4/3 lenses that should: the Panasonic 20mm f/1.7, the Panasonic 14mm f/2.5, the Olympus 17mm f/2.8, and (just barely) the Olympus 45mm f/1.8. For the 45mm to fit, the camera must be turned *sideways* in the case.

The quality of this item is quite good. The velcro may not be the strongest, but it's adequate. For the price, you won't beat it!
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