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Canon PSC-4000 PowerShot Deluxe Soft Leather Case (Black)
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The Canon PowerShot PSC-4000 Deluxe Soft Leather Case is designed for use with Canon PowerShot SX1 IS or PowerShot SX10 IS digital cameras. This soft case provides added protection so you can take your camera where ever you go.
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The bad: It doesn't have the pouch inside for a spare SD card and set of spare batteries like the case for the Canon S5 had. Also, not as big a deal as the pouch is that in addition to the zippers on the sides, it has 2 little magnetic closure things like some cell phone cases have. They never seem to line up correctly so that they engage each other and don't hold well. Nothing but the zippers or a piece of velcro would be better.
All-in-all, I would have given it 5 stars if it had a pouch/pocket either inside or out for 1 spare SD and 1 spare set of AA batteries. Now you will have to carry them separately.
The facts: The case is designed to be used WITH your camera's strap. A small looped strap is provided for this purpose. The little loop allows you to wear the camera around your neck in the case. You can remove it from the case to take pics and the case will remain attached to the strap. You don't have to ask someone to hold it or, put it downand risk it "walking away".
The camera fits perfectly. You can reverse the lens hood to fit it in the case as well. A simple and common practice.
There is a belt loop as well, which is very convenient. Thereby providing 2 options for carrying.
There is no extra room at all. No extra pockets for memory cards or batteries. Canon doesn't make any claims of additional storage so, I never expected any.
It is very nice looking. The interior is lined with a suede like material which is very gentle on the camera.
It closes with 2 zippers and 2 snaps which work perfectly.
The dimensions are posted wherever it is sold so anyone who expected it to be bigger really should work at being a better consumer. If you research your purchase you are much more likely to be satisfied with what you buy.
I bought this case because I wanted something snug and small. I don't want to put anything else in the case. I have a memory card capable of holding more photos than 2 sets of batteries would allow. I always make sure my batteries are fresh before I head out. It's exactly what I expected it to be. It looks great too. 5 stars
I fly a lot and a bulky camera case doesn't happen to fit well inside my laptop roller carry on. I needed the bare minimum case that would cover the camera and not add any bulk so that the camera could fit inside my medium travel purse as I can't have yet another "item" to carry on a plane. This is absolutely perfect for that purpose. Since Canon still hasn't quite figured out the magic behind a lens cap that stays on all the time, I couldn't risk just throwing the camera in naked in case other items in my purse hit up against the lens. This case adds almost no bulk to the camera, is well made, and protects it very well against other items in the same bag.
As a result, no it does not really hold anything extra. It is not a "carrying system" for your camera and accessories. I can fit my USB memory card reader or an SD card loose inside the case, but not extra batteries, for example. Do not buy this case if you want a dedicated travel item for all your photography needs. Read other reviews here carefully, and you'll see that most people who are disappointed in the case expected it to do what it's not designed to do.
This is what you want for a "case within a case" situation, for example if you want to throw your camera in a larger bag or purse. It doesn't even come with its own strap, so that should tell you that it's more of a protective cover than a carrying solution. I am absolutely thrilled with this product. It's a good, snug fit and appears to be high quality material and manufacturing. A few people seemed to mention it didn't fit the SX10/SX20 but that's not my experience at all. It's a perfect, custom fit. I looked everywhere for something like this, finding mostly bags that added bulk, and it's exactly what I needed.
If you fly for business and have to worry about carrying on a laptop and a large camera, then you probably don't want a separate camera carrying case anyway. I also don't want a big carrying case if I'm out touring. Memory cards are large enough now that I don't even come close to filling a 16GB card in a day, and AA batteries are strong enough now that I usually won't have to change batteries in a day of sightseeing, either. So why do I need a bulky carrying case for a bulky camera in addition to whatever purse/day bag I might be carrying? If you have an SX10 or SX20, then you are probably good to go with the memory card and batteries inside the camera, freshly emptied/charged for the day. It's not that difficult to stash a memory card inside the case if you really need a second one, and throw batteries in your purse. For me, the camera is bulky enough for frequent flying/traveling. I didn't want yet another item to complicate matters, so this worked for me. If that's your situation, too, then this is exactly what you want.
UPDATE late 2012: I've since upgraded to the SX40 which is a bigger camera and I'm so disappointed that Canon didn't make another version of this case for the newer, larger models. I'm back to using a bulky bag within my carryon bag, and my search for something as great as this case continues. The PSC-4100 is a completely different kind of case, and according to reviewers, isn't large enough for the SX40 anyway. This case made my life so much easier, and I really miss having it.
This second camera bag, same model of bag, ordered over a week ago off Amazon, arrived today and I was very disappointed. The leather was not as soft and I suspect that it is made out of plastic. The stitching is crooked with untrimmed loose ends, and the small plastic or metal logo on the front of the bag was glued on crooked. Plus, the interior lining of the bag is made out of a much thinner and cheaper material, with a tag glued on it saying "China."
The quality of this new bag, compared to my old bag of the same brand and model number made in 2008, does not even come close as to what they are made of and the attention to detail. The new case has been cheapened far too much, and that is very apparent in its construction.