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Sony LCJRXF/B Premium Jacket Case (Black)
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- Exclusive Jacket case for DSC-RX100, DSC-RX100M2 or DSC-RX100M3
- Just fit and compact camera-ness design for DSC-RX100, DSC-RX100M2 and DSC-RX100M3
- Tilt LCD, USB charge, NFC and Tripod available while the body case is attached
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Premium Jacket Case attaches to the DSC-RX100, DSC-RX100M2 or DSC-RX100M3 to help protect your cameras from dust and scratches
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I returned the MegaGear "Every Ready."
The MegaGear "Every Ready" was an impressive, substantial and good looking work of leather.
Nice retro look and metal was finished with a patina.
It seemed amazingly low cost for the quality it expresses.
But I returned it after on-camera trials against the Sony leather case.
The reasons for return were:
(1) The leather is really too stout and bulks the camera and hangs outward on one side in the back.
(2) It drops open from rear, across top to front and the thick leather then hangs in front on thick, stiff leather, right in the way of the lens.
Makes you want to just rip it off.
(3) When opening, the weak cover-holding snap easily gives way and detaches.
That's good because you will want to rip this annoying cover off fast.
Don't designers test these products?
Now, in comparison, the Sony leather case also seems like a fine work in leather.
Its more "svelte" and camera form-fitting, but well enough a tough and strategically padded skin - just well designed for fit in the right places - as if actually designed by Sony specifically for this camera after a lot of engineering and aesthetic reviews.
It also looks "retro" and more authentic in that, like my deceased dad's early Minolta's (only smaller), rather than a western saddle bag like the MegaGear "Every Ready."
It so fine, you will just want to hold it and rub your camera in its case all day and when you try to go to sleep.
Has a nice camera grab and hold feel - very important for this slippery little camera.
With a quick push of a left-hand thumb or index finger underneath (for "righties" only maybe), the cover flips up from front, over the top, and then hangs to the back, quickly clearing the lens. Then the right hand can quickly detach its secure under-snap connection if you want it completely off for extended shooting.
This easy carry street shooter, I think, is not complete without this Sony "retro" black leather protective and fast cover with shoulder straps.
Despite the mentions, the RX100 is not quite a "pocket" camera.
The ringed lens retracted does cause a pants pocket hang-up - OK for trench coat pockets.
So go for leather-protected light shoulder carry instead.
The two things that I didn't like were that you can't remove the SD card with the case on (or access the battery), and because it uses the tripod mount to attach to the camera, there is a metal hand-screw sticking out from the bottom, so you won't be able to stand the camera up-right. If you don't mind those two things, I'd recommend the purchase.
The split-case design makes this a two-part case, allowing the top section to either fold out of the way or be entirely removed. It doesn't interfere with the viewfinder, or the articulation of the screen, and you can still plug in the charger without removing the case.
My only "issue" (which isn't really the fault of the case) but is good to know is that I like to use a quick-release plate, and when you attach the plate it blocks the "buttons" that attach the case top to the base. I wish Sony had put these a bit further to the side, but still LOVE this case.
The leather is high quality matte black... very nice indeed.
My only gripe is that you must unscrew the tripod adapter plate from the bottom of this to get at the battery and SD card... But it's a small price to pay for a solid, well-designed case like this (and any change in that design would likely mean a much less functional case while using the camera... I'd rather suffer 1% of the time when removing the battery or SD card, then have less functionality 99% of the time when I'm just shooting).