3 thoughts on “Case Logic QPB-201 EVA Molded Compact Digital Camera Case (Red)

  1. Amazonian Consumer
    93 of 96 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Superior protection for compact cameras, April 22, 2010
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    Please take a look at images I uploaded to the product page on this well-made case that offers superior protection against bumps and drops. This case will accommodate cameras measuring (L)3 5/8 by (H)2 1/2 by (D)1 1/8 inches in dimensions. The best design – full length zipper opening with elastic hinge supports (so that the two halves won’t open too wide when you unzip the case).

    The camera should be inserted into the case with its LCD screen facing the plush fabric surface half. The front of the camera will then face the other half of the case that has the super-tough EVA shell to protect against crush and drop.

    I STRONGLY suggest that you tether the wrist strap of the camera to the ringlet on the case, so that they are always together. When taking pictures, while holding the camera with your right hand, you should hold the case with your left hand. If someone accidentally bumps into you and causes you to drop the camera, it won’t fall to the ground because the case is tied to the camera. I had saved my camera from destruction numerous times this way.

    I like this case very much because it offers great protection without the bulk of other cases. If your camera is the same or smaller than the aforementioned dimensions, this is an excellent case to consider.

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  2. B. Christensen
    26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect fit for Canon ELPH cameras, April 26, 2010
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    B. Christensen (Santa Barbara, CA United States) –
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    We have a couple of Canon ELPH cameras, and have been using various cases for them, including a really nice one from Crumpler. I always love the simple, clean lines of Caselogic products and this one is no exception. The case itself is very good quality, with a nice plush finish on the interior to protect those delicate (and scratch-catching) LCD screens on little cameras. It has other clever features like the snap on the belt strap can be supported with your finger so you aren’t pushing it into the camera to snap it shut (easier to see than to describe in writing). Also, rather than opening up like a clam shell, the case has gussets in the bottom that keep the contents from falling out when opened completely. It makes it slightly more difficult to use, but the security this offers is definitely worth it. When worn on a belt, this will prevent the camera from flopping out onto the ground when you unzip the case.

    Also included is a lanyard type strap for around-the-neck if you are into that sort of thing. If you aren’t it is easily detachable with a little clip.

    The only down-side I can find for this case is that there is only one zipper. This means that you can’t close the zipper and have the camera’s strap sticking up through the top of the case. Its a minor flaw, really, consider the other benefits of this case and its relatively low price.

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  3. PapaEJangles
    37 of 42 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Misleading Dimensions, December 22, 2010
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    We ordered this case with the intention to use it with my HTC HD2 phone, paying special attention to the dimensions advertised in the product description, which would have certainly accommodated my phone. We discovered when the product arrived that the actual product dimensions are dramatically smaller: (internal) 4.25 inches x 3.25 inches. Possibly 1/4 inch could be squeaked out of this case in length and width if one is willing to stress the zipper. It turns out that the dimensions given were including the cardboard packaging attached with the product.

    Apart from this very frustrating point, the case itself is remarkable. We own several cases from Case Logic, and we are very happy with the lot of them. This particular case would exceed our expectations in many regards. The main compartment is lined on the belt-clip side with a material that is very soft and it resembles fleece (though I assume it is a material which does not build up a charge). It should be noted that the belt-clip side is not rigid.

    The opposing side of the case is pretty rigid, comparable to a guitar case which would come with a typical acoustic guitar. It could accurately be described as semi-rigid: it is flexible enough to endure wearing on a belt, while also being stiff enough to offer protection against bumping at speeds and force typical of the average person’s gait. This feature is further strengthened by the (canvas-like) polyester exterior, which also features a fixed strap that is identical to that which one will find used for a seat belt in any modern passenger vehicle. The detail absolutely helps improve the overall strength and durability of this case.

    If only the advertised dimensions had been accurately portrayed, I would have been extremely happy with this product.

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