Accented with vibrant detailing and an additional pocket for storage, this Case Logic DCB313 camera case is tailored to fit most advanced point & shoot cameras.
If you are looking for a case that fits the Canon G7X, two spare batteries, and an SD card, then this case is for you. If you plan on carrying your camera everywhere you go like Casey Neistat, this case has a built in belt loop. I really like this case because of its minimal design. When wearing it on your belt, it doesn't look like you have a big fanny pack hanging on your side. Small, black, and discreet is what I was looking for in a case. This case is meant to hold the bare essentials. If you want more space to carry other things, then this case is not for you. Included with this case is a shoulder strap which i doubt I'll ever use. I had a hard time looking for a perfect fitting case for the G7X until I stumbled upon this case so I hope this review helps someone out there. I took a bunch of pics to show how everything fits inside.
Perfectly fits my Panasonic ZS100. The front pocket fits a spare battery and includes a small compartment that fits an SD card. The case is padded and seems to protect the camera quite well.
I bought the smaller DCB302 case for my Canon G7 X Mark II and while the camera fit in the case it was a very tight fit. I found it awkward to use the camera with this case. It was a struggle to remove the camera and then to try and reinsert it into the case while wearing it on my belt. I decided to get the larger DCB313 case and it is a perfect fit for my camera, extra batteries and SD card.
Camera fits perfectly in the main compartment. The front compartment is large enough to fit the battery charger that came with the camera. Fitting two spare batteries is also possible provided you lay them flat at the bottom of the main compartment, and vertical inside the front one. (See attached pictures.) Mesh pocket in the front still has enough space for an extra SD card. Overall, great product.
Previously had the smaller Case Logic Point and Shoot case, and loved it. Both it, and this case are well padded, and have included neck strap.
Perfect for the Canon G7X II. This case was my constant companion fastened to my belt on a two-week trip through England. It never let me down, was easy to access, held the camera snugly, and had enough room for a spare battery and memory card. I didn't use the neck strap, but it was available for those who prefer that method. High marks for this one.
I would have given this product 5 stars, both because it is the *perfect* snug fit for my Canon G7X and because it has a completely separate zippered compartment for safe storage of a spare battery/memory card (rather than just a side pocket inside the main camera compartment like most other small cases, which puts those items at greater risk for inadvertent loss), but the version I received (which is still notated as product # DCB-302) has a much thinner belt strap than what is pictured on this product on Amazon and even on Case Logic's website. It also has only one, rather than two, loops for the shoulder strap. Shame on Case Logic for compromising their product design just to make a few more pennies, and worse, for not updating their product photos.
Case seems well padded and decently made. However, it just barely fits G7X Mark II. The camera is thick and the case has to stretch a bit to close. I would go for a larger case, especially since i'll probably add a filter adapter to it which thickens it more.
Canon G7X MkII will NOT fit in this case ...
I was extremely disappointed with this case and I was even more disappointed with Case logic, because I thought that they were a company that produce high-quality things and I was wrong.
First impression in trying to insert a TZ60 into the case before removing the packing card was, it is going to be much too tight. After removing the packing, insertion was easier making a snug fit, but without the wrist strap.
The case looks to be well made in a tough nylon type of material with enough padding to protect the camera and the accessories. The zips look robust. It includes a belt loop at the back and has a hanging strap (which I haven't tried yet).
Seems to perfect in size for the Sony DSC RX100 iii for which it was purchased. By this I mean that it fits with a little bit of room to spare so no tugging to extract it etc. Even with the extra small compartment for SD cards etc this is still a sensibly small size case that is practical to wear on a belt without it getting in the way of everyday activities. It appears to be well made and good value.....time will tell.
I had been searching for a pouch style case for my Sony RX100 VI and this one is quite close - not a perfect fit as it's a little bit taller than the camera in a vertical position but it's the best fit I've found so far. This Case Logic case is well made and the zips etc. seem good quality.
J'ai longtemps hésité avant de le prendre à la vue des commentaires disant qu'il était trop petit pour un canon g7x mark II.
I bought this to keep my lumix TZ30 and batteries in. I usually buy Lowepro but I was put off because it only has the one compartment, I needed to put my spare batteries in and I was worried I might lose them as I opened the case and I am not keen on velcro fastening for the belt strap.
I purchased this for a new Panasonic Lumix camera. The quality of the case was good however I felt that it was to tight to squeeze the camera in and out. Personally I hate having to fiddle around trying to get the camera out and in whilst I am travelling about. The case was returned and I purchased the Amazon Basics model which I found to be much better size.
I have been using a Lowepro 20AW for my Panasonic TZ7 for the past two years, but it has got very tatty so I ordered a new one. But I also ordered this Case Logic bag on a friend's recommendation.
If you need a camera bag/case that is practical - this is it. Bought this bag for my Panasonic TZ30 and it fits like a dream, snug and secure. As I use my camera on hillwalking trips the bag had to securely fit to my trouser belt as for my sport you are often scrambling up Munros on all fours. The belt loop is closed so no chance of it dropping off unlike some other bags that claim quick release !!! As well as a good padded bit for the camera it also has spare zip pockets for a spare battery and memory cards.
The case for my old TZ30 wasn't quite big enough. The case for my LX7 was just a little over-sized and I still need it anyway. So, after extensive searching, I took a chance on this Case Logic DCC302, the quoted internal measurements were generally OK but at 110mm high, in theory 1mm too little. In reality the TZ60 fits fine, with a couple of 1 or 2 mm to spare height-wise and perfect width/depth in the main, camera compartment. The front pocket will certainly take a spare battery, maybe two, and a card. The detachable shoulder strap is slim and fine but unlikely to be used by me. I'll be putting the camera on my waist belt, where it will be very secure but less convenient than my LX57 case, because the belt loop does not split (this is clearly stated in the description), so you have to put it on before fastening the belt, which is why I've given it 4* and not 5.
This is a really smart little case. I bought it as a replacement for an older model Case Logic I had after the dog got hold of it. Saw no reason to go with another brand since I've had a few of these in the past and they hold up really well and this is no exception. A good sized, padded main pocket and a smaller pouch on the front are just the right size for my Sony HX80/spare battery and cards. I feel like the case will offer an excellent level of protection for my camera when it's in my bag.
This product does fit the g7x Mark ii JUST! - the case will stretch a little very quickly, which then makes the prefect size case with spare battery compartment. Very happy. Only negative (very picky) is the zips come in to contact with the camera when taking it in and out if your not careful, unlikely to scratch as they are plastic, but still is rather they didn't
I liked this item, although it was too small for my Nikon AW130.