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OP/TECH USA Soft Pouch Digital D-SLR Zoom (Black)
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- Easy-access neoprene cases stretch to fit most film and digital cameras
- Unique retaining strap attaches the case around the lens or to the tripod mount so that it is out of the field of view when taking a picture
- Great for use in the field as the case closes around the neck strap so that the strap is still usable
- Non-marring snaps on the bottom of the pouch securely close the flap cover
- Made in the USA
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The Soft Pouch - Digital D-Series pouches from OP/TECH USA offer ideal protection against impact, moisture and dust. Avoid expensive repair and cleaning bills by protecting your camera while in use or in storage. These easy-access neoprene cases fit most film and digital cameras.
The pouches in the larger styles were designed with enough room in the lens area that a lens hood can be mounted backwards in the storage position and still fit in the pouch. The tele sizes can fit cameras with lenses measuring up to 10” (25,4 cm) in length. Non-marring snaps securely close the flap cover on the bottom of the pouch. A unique retaining strap attaches the case around the lens or to the tripod mount so that it is out of the field of view when taking a picture (D-Micro, D-Mini, D-Small, and D-Compact have a snap hook lanyard that attaches to the camera or strap), or it can be fastened to a belt or bag strap.
These pouches are great for use in the field as they are lightweight, weather resistant and the case closes around the neck strap so that the neck strap is still usable. This makes the pouches a streamlined and convenient way to protect your gear. There’s no need to carry the bulk of an oversized bag when you can have the protection and convenience of the Soft Pouch - Digital D-Series.
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8/30/14 Update: I recently put the a6000 into a Sony LCS-EBC/B body case to protect the body while out of the pouch. I also added a Hoya Pro1 Digital CPL filter to the lens. The OP/TECH D-Midsize pouch is now snug around the lens (length wise) due to the addition of the filter while the body still fits easily into the pouch even with the addition of the body case. The pouch works very well for my setup.
HOW DOES IT FIT
For my Olympus Stylus 1 the fit is perfect and the camera is relatively easy to pull in and out of the case. The sewn-in strap seems to be attached in an odd place which allows it to get in the way more than be useful. And the snaps that so many others seem to not like definitely are a little awkward but they do snap tight. I am concerned though that the snaps have very sharp edges which could do some damage to my camera if I’m not careful. I would have preferred Velcro.
HOW TO FIND THE SIZE YOU NEED
OP TECH has dozens of different sizes and shapes of similar cases, which is a good thing but how do you know which size to buy? They do a good job of stating exact dimensions on their product pages but I’ve found that isn’t always good enough, some cameras (like mine) are oddly shaped and not easy to measure accurately. One of the most appreciated things OP TECH does is provide an interactive sizing guide at their web site so you can enter your camera’s exact model number and they will recommend which size case to buy. For my camera they recommended the medium D style, which if I went only by the stated dimensions I would have been hesitant about buying. It turns out because of the sizing guide it is a good fit.
UPDATE March 2013
This is an update to my previous review of this product. I lost my Digital D Compact Neoprene Pouch while roaming the halls at the NY International Auto Show today. I used the little snap clip thingie to secure it to my camera strap hook. It fell off once before but I was fortunate enough to notice it immediately. At that point I should have learned that I couldn't trust the plastic clip to secure the soft case. I am re-ordering a replacement case (same one), only this time I will be more careful and secure it in a more foolproof fashion. I like the soft case very much, but be careful if you use the little plastic clip to secure it. Perhaps the lens attachment choice is better; I never tried that. Next time around I will make sure it won't come off without some effort on my part. Obviously that's a weak point I guess. Other than that, I liked it enough to re-order the same case.