• Case Logic Compact Systems Camera Bag Review
  • Case Logic Compact Systems Camera Bag Review

    Author: Matt
    Published: March 23rd, 2012 2:09 PM
    Category: Camera Accessories,Reviews
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If you’ve purchased a relatively expensive camera or one that comes with interchangeable lenses, you’re going to want a camera bag that can protect everything you put inside it. Well, the Case Logic Compact Systems Camera Bag is the perfect choice for those of you with Samsung N Series cameras, Panasonic G Series cameras and also a few others. Let’s take a closer look…

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With an RRP of £39.99, the Case Logic bag is around average price for a protective camera bag. If you’re looking to pick up the Case Logic Compact Systems Camera Bag or any other DSLR camera bag, you can find some great deals at LoveCases.co.uk.

The Case Logic Compact Systems camera bag works great with the following cameras:

  • Sony NEX 3 / C3 / 5 / 5N / 7
  • Nikon 1 J1 / V1
  • Samsung NX11 / NX100 / NX200
  • Panasonic G1 / G2 / G3 / G10 / GF1 / GF2 / GF3 / GH1 / GH2
  • Pentax Q
  • Olympus PEN

The bag features a black and orange colour scheme and is a relatively compact size.

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With two pockets featured on the Case Logic bag, one for the camera / lens and one for accessories, you’ve got pretty much everything you need.

The main pocket, where you’ll be storing your camera and your lens, is a relatively large pocket, which is kitted out with a padded interior to protect your camera from bumps and knocks.

Within the rear accessories pocket, which also features a hard waterproof plastic casing, you have a zipped pocket and also a decent amount of space to store accessories such as cables, memory sticks and SD cards.
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As well as featuring a padded interior, the divider in the middle of the main pocket can also be adjusted to fit the size of your camera or lens.

An adjustable strap is also included to allow you to carry the camera bag over your shoulder.

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