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Flex Armor Protective Camera Case for PANASONIC LUMIX DMC GF1 / GF2 / GF3 with attached lenses up through 14-45mm zoom ** Includes 4 and 1 Cardreader**

3.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • This neoprene cover gives a layer of protection to you camera and keeps it looking brand new
  • Constructed with the HIGHEST QUALITY Neoprene and Stitching. Inner Scratch Resistant Lining
  • Form-Fitting, Highly Durable, Stretch Neoprene Is a compact and convenient way to protect your dSLR from dust, scratches, and moisture.
  • Zippered Exterior Pocket! Convenient Belt Loop! And Quick snaps for easy access!
  • Quality Guaranteed - USA GEAR 3 YEAR Warranty!

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Product Description

Protective High-Density Neoprene Camera Sleeve

This cushioned Professional Neoprene Armor was made for High-Zoom Point and Shoot Digital Cameras.

This case is ultra-durable and the perfect light-weight option for keeping your camera protected and scratch free.

Constructed with the HIGHEST QUALITY Neoprene and Stitching, this high-quality cover will last for years.

It has a built in belt-loop, which makes it convenient and hassle free to take your camera with you

The inner lining is scratch free and the neoprene cushions bumps from everyday activities.

This is an affordable and effective option to protect your valuable investment.

Compatible With: Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 / DMC-GF2 / DMC-GF3

Product Information

ASIN B005I6AQO6
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3.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #10,532 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Bags & Cases > Camera Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com August 19, 2011

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So this is great for preventing scratches on your camera. I like the material of flex armor. There is no storage space and it is inconventient to snap open and resnap shut. Wouldn't really protect your camera from a fall from waist height. I don't use the belt loop feature and I do find it awkward to find a place to keep the case when you're shooting. But I basically use if for protection in my bag. It is very minimalistic.
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Excellent services. Excellent product. Actualy the flex armor case works great with Panasonic GX1 with Pansonic 14-140mm lens attached. I am really happy with it and the reasonable price. Highly recommended.
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The product came with a different color but the seller is very responsive they called me and they solved the problem for me. Other than that the product is well made and fits my Lumix GX1K (Not a PZ lens), not too big and not too tight.
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I received this item a week ago, my GF2 really fits inside this case with 14-45mm lens. I like the design and how they built this. Well, you really have to pull the camera out to shoot because this is how they design it, and when shooting you can put this case on your belt using the built in strap.
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