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Flash Camera Case

 
Flash Camera Case

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Flash Camera Case

Manufacturer: Mountain Smith

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Page By: Dan Dalton

Created/Edited: Feb 17, 2008 / Feb 17, 2008

Object ID: 4796

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Product Description

A simple design and a great pouch. Comes in many sizes, but I think the medium works well for most popular point and shoot cameras. Has a nice fleece lined interior as well as an interior pouch for batteries or an extra memory card. Works perfect for climbing and can be easily attached to a belt or harness with the velcro strap included. If this does not work, then you can use the shoulder straps. Simple, cheap, and great quality.

Features

-Fast access hook and loop
-Fleece lined and padded interior
-Internal memory card sleeve
-Belt or shoulder strap attachment option (S, XS)
-Belt attachement option (L, M)
-Detachable shoulder strap
-Multiple sizes conforming fit to a variety of devices

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Pete CastriconeMountainsmith Cyber II M

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This camera case is manufactured by Mountainsmith and is made in China. It features a moderately rugged, water resistant shell, which protects against minor rock infractions and light rain but lacks the appeal of hard case protection. If worn on the belt, it is quite handy with a fliptop velcro strap and then a zipper access for double protection against loss. Also, when worn on the belt, your camera won't get wet in rain, because more than likely you will be wearing a rain shell. With a wide waist strap or if your pack is a bit too large for your body, your backpack may interfere with anything on your belt, so keep this in mind. Mine happens to fit perfectly, so it is not an issue. The medium size is perfect for an average digital point and shoot, a spot, or a small gps. Note, the medium is too small for the Droid X but may work for the iPhone. My favorite feature about this case is that I can strap it around my belt for quick and easy access without feeling like I have extra weight on my hip.
Posted Oct 8, 2010 10:21 am

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