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Opteka H400 DSLR Camera Short Zoom Holster Case w/Adjustable Shoulder Strap

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  • Fits most SLR and digital cameras with short-range and some mid-range Zoom lens
  • Weather and stain resistant leather-like material
  • Durable, foam padded construction
  • External Dimensions - 7 3/4-Inch. Depth - 4 1/4-Inch. Height - 7 1/2-Inch. Internal: 6.25-Inch X 4.25-Inch X 7-Inch
  • Hand Carrying Strap, Belt Loop, & Shoulder Carrying strap

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Product Description

This stylish, weatherproof camera bag is designed for Digital SLR camera's with short to mid-range lenses. Made of Weather and stain resistant leather-like material with Durable, foam padded construction and impact resistant PVC hardware. Internal Dimensions: Top to Bottom- 7-Inch, Side to Side- 6.25-Inch, Front to Back- 4.25-Inch Also Available in Long Lifetime Warranty

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Product Dimensions 4 x 6 x 7 inches
Item Weight 8.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 8.8 ounces
ASIN B000MISEI0
Item model number H400
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4.1 out of 5 stars 318 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,449 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Bags & Cases > Camera Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com January 8, 2007

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I recently purchased the "Opteka SLR & DSLR Camera Short Zoom Holster Case w/Adjustable Shoulder Strap" to house my Canon 40D (with 28-135 mm lens) for an up coming trip abroad. The holster arrived promptly, to my discovery that it is fractionally too short for my camera.

Re-measuring the 40D, with lens, and the Opteka holster revealed that the manufacturer touts its SRL & DSLR case with, apparently, exterior measurements. The camera's external dimensions wont fit inside the case!

I liked the low price, thick padding, long strap, quick function zipper, handy extra pocket, and black color of this Opteka holster. It is certainly recommended for cameras, with lenses smaller than 7.5" L by 6.5" D by 4.5" H. The "Exterior Dimensions: 7 3/4" L x 4 1/4" D x 7 1/2"H" posted @ Amazon are misleading. (This Opteka holster is smaller than this on the inside. It needs to be, at least, another .5" longer.)

I returned it requesting a refund.
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I fretted over finding "the perfect camera bag" for too long. With this sucker being $10, I decided "what the heck" and tried it. It is an outstanding value at $10, and it sold me on the idea of using a 2-bag solution -- one for the camera with a default lens mounted and one for the rest of my lenses. I cannot recommending such a combination enough. I have a Pentax K100D and my default lens is a Pentax AF 28-105mm f/4.0-5.6. I keep my DA 18-55mm f/3.6-5.6, DA 50-200mm f/4.0-5.6 and Zenitar FE 16mm f/2.8 in my separate lens bag (although all of those lenses will fit on the camera in the holster).

The front area is great for temporarily storing caps, filters, etc... The top handle is nice, as is the strap -- nice to have both. Although it can go on a belt, it's just too big to sit with it on such. It also looks like that belt loops would eventually give way under the strain. I also agree with another poster than not having a camera brand name splattered all over it draws less attention to the bag, which is a bonus. If you absolutely have to sport your camera brand name, just leave the camera straps themselves danging out or wrapped around the top handle (which I do myself, to make it easier to pull out).

If you have a full frame or large lens, then this may not be big enough. Just FYI. You need to be using a more modern, more compact dSLR and its lenses. While it does fit my APS-C sensor sized (24mm x 16mm) Pentax K100D plus full-frame-sized (standard 35mm compatible) Pentax AF 28-105mm f/4.0-5.6, it won't fit much bigger.
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Fits my Canon Digital Rebel XT perfectly (with the lens it came with). Definitely holds JUST the camera, but sometimes minimalism is a good thing. Also, nice that it's made out of all man-made materials. It's really sturdy, and great for the price.
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I bought this for those times when I was taking just our Nikon D40 with 1 lens attached to the camera body (standard 55mm or a zoom 200mm lens). While the case is not leather, it isn't expensive either. It's perfect for when I want the camera protected when I toss it into a backpack or carry it otherwise unprotected. I do have a regular gadget bag, but if you don't need a spare lens and any other misc equipment and want to be minimally encumbered but still enjoy the quality of your D-SLR pictures, this is a great and compact way to protect the camera. One note of caution: I don't think you could squeeze a lens longer than the Nikon 200mm in without potentially putting too much pressure on the LED screen when the case is zipped.
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Pros: nice quality, cheap, fantastic looking (everyone asked me where did i buy it)

Cons: low quality zipper.

Note: Nikon D90 with 18-105 fits, Canon Repel T1i with 18-55 fits well.
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Really, I should have known. But, as you can clearly see, this bag gets a lot of respectable reviews. However, the zipper on my case, while it looks normal, is a pain to open and close. In the picture, you can see that the zipper needs to come around two contours. Probably some of them do just fine, but not mine. Now, if you're looking for a small bag, you want it to open on command. I expect this zipper to snag to the point of damage within 10-15 uses (think high school back pack on sale + 4 textbooks). I will now be buying a higher priced bag.
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zipper is made of poor quality. split the first time i opened it. returned it the day i received.
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I purchased this case for my Nikon D3100, and I am thrilled. I wanted a small protective bag that I could place inside of my larger Osprey hiking backpack; this ruled out all of the "camera bags," because they are huge. The materials and build quality feel excellent. It is a soft synthetic leather with well stitched seems and plenty of padding. The interior is made of what feels like smooth nylon over some sort of padding. While a softer and more plush material would have been nicer, this will suffice. I use this case with complete confidence in the protection it provides my camera. My bag was not fully closed one day, and my camera (while in this case) fell out onto the sidewalk. My camera and the case are still in perfect condition.

I use this camera bag with my D3100 and a couple of different lenses: the AF-S 18-55mm VR kit lens, a AF-S 35mm DX prime, and a AF-S 55-200mm VR. I have a fairly large shoulder strap that I usually wrap around my lens before I put it into the case. The triangle shape of the bag fits the camera with the kit lens (18-55mm) and 35mm just fine. There is a little room inside for cushioning, but not enough for it to bang around. It also fits-albeit quite snugly-with the larger 55-200mm VR zoom lens. I am sure it would NOT fit with a longer or larger lens attached.

This case protects my camera while in my backpack, the trunk of my car, or on a metro ride through the city. If you want it for walking around town, the adjustable and removable shoulder strap is long enough (54in max) to wear as either a "sling" style bag or to one side like a purse. There is an extra zippered mesh pocket inside where I keep an extra memory card and lens cloth. I use the outside mesh pocket to keep a couple extra grocery bag incase I get stuck in the rain.
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