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Fujifilm X100s Leather Case for Camera (Brown)
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- Made of premium, genuine leather
- Flap on base for access to battery and memory card
- Perfect fit for X100s
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|Compatible Devices||X100, X100S|
|Item Dimensions||2.9 x 5.6 x 3.7 inches|
|Item Display Weight||160 grams|
|Item Weight||0.5 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.75 pounds|
This case is the perfect fit for the X100S. Made with luxurious genuine leather this elegantly designed case integrates perfectly with the lightweight and compact X100s. The flap on the base allows users to take the memory card and battery in and out of the camera body without having to remove the case. In every way, this is a case designed to enhance the enjoyment of the X100S. Includes shoulder strap.
Top customer reviews
- The leather and craftsmanship is much nicer than I expected. In the pictures, the leather looks sort of flat like vinyl, but it's actually pretty nice, thick leather with very even stitching and a good liner. Not much of a distinct grain, but for a mass-produced case, that's not surprising.
- Some reviews say that there is no access to the battery/SD card, however mine has a snugly closing snap-flap that opens on the bottom to permit access, so I'm guessing they received an older model? The box mine came in says "X100 or X100s", I'd be curious if theirs just said "X100"?
- Fit is wonderful. Very snug and secure....just as one would hope from the OEM.
- I haven't used the included neck strap yet because I think the one that came with the camera is just fine, but hey...it's included if you want it (although no new snap-rings or protectors...just the strap, so you'll have to use the old ones that came with the camera).
- It is true, that with an adapter ring and a filter, the top is a snug fit. I have the JJC adapter ring and a thin UV filter mounted, and the top flap closes just barely (forget about a lens cap). It would be a better fit without the filter (there'd be just enough room for the adapter ring). So if you absolutely need a full enclosure case, AND an adapter ring, AND a filter, AND a lens cap, look elsewhere. But, if you are really looking for a nice half case with the option of the top half to occasionally stow the camera in a bag, I think this will work just fine.
- True, it has no tripod mount, but frankly, if you do a lot of work with a tripod (macro, landscape, etc), then chances are that you bought a different camera. For me, the case allows the camera to sit flatly and very stably on a surface for the occasional group picture, and that's good enough for me.
One oddity. On most "ever-ready cases" that I've had on vintage cameras, the top flips/folds over the front of the camera and hangs down while taking a picture. On this camera, the top half flips/folds over the back of the camera (towards the photographer)...which means it's a little more in the way when taking a picture. Again...for anyone who needs to always use the top half, this may be a problem, but for someone looking for a half case with the option for occasional greater protection, it's fine.
The case I received fits on a X100T with adapter ring and filter. However, the case is clearly designed for a X100T without any lens accessories. I uploaded a photo where you can see the gap between the lower case part/camera and the top part around the lens, which would not be there if I wouldn't have the adapter ring on. But it protects my camera from dust and water sprinkles and therefore fulfills the purpose I purchased it for.
In general the case seems very well made, fits the camera like a glove and has a premium appeal. I won't have any use for the strap that came with it. If it didn't came bundled with the case, I wouldn't have purchased it i. The strap is too short for me and I will keep using my 48" Lance strap to carry the camera like a shoulderbag.
The quality of the leather is good. It's not supple by any means, but its very businesslike and the color is a good deep brown. Fit and finish is good, although I find the method of attaching to the camera by looping around the strap locks to be clunky, but it does allow you to avoid the tripod screw that some cases use, allowing you to sit the camera down like it should.
The fit on the camera is good, but it does add quite a lot of size once it's on. The top of the case ends up making your nice Fuji look like Frankensteins forehead. It's a little loose around the front where the grip is - your fingers could end up slipping in between the case and camera which I don't like too much. On the other hand, it adds a lot of grip as you can use the edge as additional traction which works very well. It basically gives you something else to hold on to.
The strap is stiff and clunky, and I'd never use it. It might make a good shoulder strap for carry the camera around with, but for shooting don't even think about it.
The top case has a magnetic latch and two snaps to hold it in place, but it fits so snugly that these almost aren't needed. I will say it's difficult to remove and put on so it's not the kind of top that'll just pop down and hang there while you shoot. Also if you use lens filters (and the requisite adapter) the top case wont fit.
All in all I think it's a good value at the price. The bottom half is useful for everyday shooting, while the top is only useful for storage or safekeeping. The strap matches but that's about it. You'd probably be better off looking for a custom half case if you don't want all the additional business.
Its well made and the leather/stitching is very high quality. The case fits the camera just perfect.
Its really 2 cases in one. You can use it just as a "half case" or the whole case that also covers the top and the lens. Just simply push the magnet closer open and the top portion of the case swings towards you. Its not in the way of one using the view finder.
Just like others have mentioned, this will not work with the lens hood attached. I wouldn't want it to fit the lens hood because that would just destroy the sleek lines and low profile of the case. I don't even need to bring the lens cap anymore when the full case is on.
The leather neck strap is a nice bonus. I highly recommend this case. It would even be better if it was like $20 less.