The retro-inspired camera case is made of high-quality and lightweight PU leather, making it extra durable. It keeps your camera safe from dust, drops and spills. There are two separate parts – The Base is connected to the camera with a screw which is the connection to the tripod as well. The Leather Flap is the lens cover, it is connected to the base and can be easily opened with two snap fasteners.
- Customized designed cutouts only for Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II and Mark III
- Same leather style camera strap is included
- Fast opener for battery and memory access
- Precise cutouts give full and easy access to all features
- Extra pads in the front and back increase protection to every corner of the camera
- The inner layer is lined with suede, which protects the screen and lens from getting scratched or damaged
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Andrew Johnson –
Solid, protective, stylish and useful. I don’t even use the shoulder straps, I just keep the camera in this case and it can go in my backpack or jacket pocket with no problems. The case itself also continually gets compliments for it’s sturdy and somewhat retro look.
Grace Chin –
> Case fits Canon G7X III perfectly. Looks good. Provides good protection — especially against accidentally dropping the camera.
> Your camera attaches to the bottom half of the case with a screw which screws into the tripod socket in the bottom of the camera. The screw also has 1/4″ x 20 threads, and so you can attach your camera to a monopod, or tripod, etc. without taking the camera out of the case.
> The top half of the case attaches via snaps. You can take the top half completely off if you wish (and stash it in a large pocket, etc.), or you can let the top half dangle from the bottom snap.
> Does not interfere with the mobility of the viewscreen.
> Includes a neckstrap, which you can attach, or not — whatever you prefer.
> It is easy to install the neckstrap incorrectly, which could result in your camera coming loose from the strap and falling. The black ends of the strap must pass back through the plastic buckle — under, over, and under (you’ll know what that means when you look at the buckle).