2 thoughts on “Compact Micro Four Thirds Camera Case Sleeve with Dense Neoprene Fabric and Belt Loop by USA GEAR – Works With Sony Alpha a5100 , a5000 , Cyber-shot DSC-RX1R II , and More

  1. Derick1105
    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Made for a Sony A6000!, January 2, 2015
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    Derick1105 (Chicago, IL) –

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    I ordered this for my Sony A7s but it was too small due to the EVF. So instead of returning it, I tried it on my A6000 with the FE55F18Z lens and it was a PERFECT fit.

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  2. Scott C.
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works well., February 24, 2015
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    This product works well for my Sony A6000 & Rokinon 12mm f/2 with the lens hood on. I have to stretch it with the lens hood, but it fits snugly. I have modified the case, using a Peak Designs Capture https://peakdesign.com/. I poke a hole in the base of the case where the tripod thread is on the camera. I put the baseplate of the Capture on the camera, which holds the case in place (I never fully take the case off the camera). I cut the case in three places: once down the middle of the back and once on the right corner of the back of the case. This allows the case to be stretched on and off without entirely removing the case. The third cut I made was on the snap enclosure, which allows the snap to be used with the capture on the bottom. I also cut off the useless belt strap.

    With this system I ski, rock climb, ice climb, etc with my Sony A6000 attached to the shoulder strap of my backpack. It is by far the best method I’ve found to carry your camera while adventuring and have it somewhat protected from the elements.

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