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Nice case...a bit overpriced,
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This review is from: Sony LCJRXC/B Jacket case for DSC-RX100 series (Black) (Electronics)
As stated in my review of the MegaGear case, I bought that one first, wanted a tighter fitting case, then bought this one...after overcoming cost misgivings. This one does fit nicely (perfectly)--as well it should; and is a good quality case from a build and appearance standpoint--but for the price, REAL, rather than a man-made approximation of, leather would have been the right thing for Sony to do. Another pro in this case's favor is the fact that, unlike the MG case, the Sony case exposes the USB port allowing you to recharge and transfer pictures without removing the bottom part of the case first.
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Initial post: Jul 5, 2014 3:45:15 PM PDT
Real leather may be traditional, but a high quality synthetic is usually superior in this kind of application and many others.
In reply to an earlier post on Sep 5, 2014 4:03:31 AM PDT
Richard Jacobs says:
The case allows the USB part to be used, but unfortunately it blocks the HDMI port right below the USB port. It would have been easy to cut away another 1/2 inch of material so that both ports could be accessed. As is, you have to remove the case completely to play back photos on TV. Very inconvenient.
In reply to an earlier post on Jun 4, 2015 11:38:50 AM PDT
P. Jacobs says:
or... you can cut out that piece yourself...
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