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Vanguard VGP-3202 Medium Photo/Video Hard Case

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Style: VGP3202

Store and keep important camera and electronics equipment at your fingertips with this Vanguard Universal hardside camera and electronics case. The all-aluminum construction with PVC side panels and reinforced corners protect your valuable equipment from harm. Its interior is lined with egg foam and diced foam for a custom fit. Features key locks and an adjustable, detachable shoulder strap. 9-5/8Hx4-3/4Wx12-3/8L".

Product Information

Style:VGP3202
Product Dimensions 12.4 x 9.6 x 4.5 inches
Item Weight 4 pounds
Shipping Weight 6 pounds
ASIN B00022OB7O
Item model number VGP3202
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4.6 out of 5 stars 68 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,356 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Bags & Cases > Camera Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com November 15, 2005

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By givpilot VINE VOICE on August 17, 2004
Style Name: VGP-13
This is a very nice and very adaptable case for still and video cameras as well as other electronic equipment. It is not to be mistaken for the extremely rugged aluminum cases that retail for several hundred dollars, but it wasn't designed to compete in that market. Rather, this is a relatively low priced case that will give good service when handled with reasonable care. The case comes with both diced foam (easily separated by hand, no knives or scissors required) as well as adjustable dividers; you can even use both, have a portion of the case diced foam and a portion partioned with the dividers. I have six of these cases and keep my Hasselblads and Nikons in them. Again, they are not exceptionally rugged, so I wouldn't check them on an airline flight, but for storage in the home or studio and for transport by car they are a great value.
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i got this bad boy for my growing collection of camera gear, but you could fit a camcorder in there too, or a bunch of random electronic gear. i had previously ordered another vanguard case from amazon, which is great too but a wee bit small, and though this one was either less expensive or around the same price, it appears to be the next size up from my other case. not sure how that works, but it's definitely worth the money. i can easily fit six lenses w/ reversed hoods, a dslr body, and a flash. the battery grip needs to be disengaged to fit too, but not such a big deal because if i'm gonna put my camera in the vanguard and not the lowepro slingshot (where it's ready at a moments notice), i probably wont need the battery grip for a while.

the case is more impressive in the larger size but not overwhelming in terms of bulk-- i'm sure there are bigger models. it's hard to tell from the pic on amazon, but this is a medium-to-large sized case. it looks like it was made with a combination of abs plastic with brushed aluminum appointments. the handle is made out of a grippy synthetic material. it has two clasp-locks and a keyed lock. the inside comes with both rubber dividers and pick and pluck foam. that's cool because you can use a combination of the two. the dividers can be reconfigured; with the foam you can dial in a snug fit for your gear. there's also a shoulder strap which you probably wont use much, since this is a stay at home case. well, you could take it as a carry-on, but its squarish and uncomfortable to carry by anything but the handle. it also has a one-year limited warranty. it should stand up to moderate abuse. 5 stars because there's no real flaws. it's not waterproof or sealed with an O-ring but, but that'd be asking for a lot at this price. it definitely has that "pro gear" look. you could definitely pay more for a lesser case. bottom line: solid, relatively inexpensive protection for your expensive goodies.
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I bought this case to store the camera equipment which I've accumulated over the years. As I initiated my search for a case, I decided that the case would be used mainly at home since I've got camera bags to carry "stuff" when I travel. I also felt that it was not necessary to have the features of the more expensive cases such as being waterproof or resistant to the perils airline baggage handling.

I decided to buy this case based on some of the reviews posted on Amazon. I knew the case would not have the capacity to store all of my equipment; however, I felt it was the best size from the standpoint of fitting into the closet where it would sit and ease of lifting. Other cases might have been better to keep all of my equipment in a single "box" but such a case would have been so big as to be unwieldy and it seemed the cost was proportionately higher than this mid-sized Vanguard.

I was very pleased when I received the case. In fact, upon receiving it and confirming that it would not store all of my equipment, I ordered a second. The case has a nice (faux) carbon fiber finish to it with metal trim and locks. It can easily store five to six lenses - depending on their size. Additionally, with the "plick and pluck" foam in the case, compartmentalization of the interior is a snap.

When considering the quality and the price, I am very pleased with the product and would - without hesitation - order a third if such were ever needed. For prospective buyers, keep in mind that this is a basic case to "store your stuff" or to carry equipment in the trunk of your car. It is not the case to send through as checked luggage or to lug through the jungle on a photo safari. There are other, more expensive products specifically-suited for these purposes.
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I've had this case for over 3 years now and it has been great. I fit my Digital Rebel, 5 lens, 2 extra batteries, 2 chargers, a promaster 7500 flash and a lightmeter in here. It was a trick figuring out all the foam for that task but it works fantastic. I'm on my second set of foam due to the fact I changed my kit a little bit so I ordered brand new foam from Vanguard. It costs $7.50 + $5.00 s/h. This case really is quite durable. Just yesterday I set it up on end and stood on it to climb up on a rooftop and it held my near 190lbs just fine. No complaints here. This case was a throw-in on a high end Marantz digital recorder my wife purchased. She didn't need the case so I used it for my camera kit.
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