3 thoughts on “Case Logic DCB-66 High Zoom Camera Situation (Black)

  1. L. Abrego
    93 of 95 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It fits the FZ28 with almost all the accesories that come in the box, August 11, 2009
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    L. Abrego (Central America) –
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    This review is from: Case Logic DCB-66 High Zoom Camera Case (Black) (Electronics)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 3:36 Mins

    This is a video to show you how to fit youre Panasonic Lumix FZ28 into this bag. I think the bag is pretty good, cheap, easy to use and very comfortable. Obviously this isn’t a bag designed especifically for this model, but the dimensions of the FZ28 are 2.96” x 4.63” x 3.5” (H x W x D) you can compare them with the dimensions of youre camera and see if it works for you. If you don’t have the time to watch the video, trust me it fits everything you need, you can come back later and see how to do it :)
    I hope it helps you to take a decission. English is not my native language so excuse me if i’ve made some mistakes.

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  2. S. BLAIR
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Perfect Fit for the Panasonic FZ-35 & Accessories, November 27, 2009
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    S. BLAIR (Berkeley, CA, USA) –
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    I was looking for the smallest possible case for my new FZ-35 and after reading the reviews here and watching the nice video review, I ordered this case.
    I didn’t want an oversized piece of luggage for all the camera accessories I’ve ever owned….just enough of a “glove-type” case to protect the FZ-35.
    This is the one……and Case Logic’s excellent design covers every little detail……4 zippers, a carrying handle, carrying strap, belt loop, velcro quick-open lid, main double zipper lid, squeeze ‘n snap clasp, 2 adjustable dividers, 4 interior pockets and LOTS of padding.

    Unlike the video, I face my camera pointing to the back of the case and it easily fits all the accessories INCLUDING the charger. (that’s camera, adapter ring, lense hood, strap, extra battery and charger). And there’s still lots of “crevas” room for extra memory cards.

    Try finding another case for the FZ35 and accessories that you can carry on your belt……and at this price, if you ever out-grow this case, it can be used for just about anything you’d like to carry on your belt for hiking, biking, or jogging.

    In summary, for this quality and price….just get it!

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  3. M. L. Walker
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Powershot SX20 IS fits this bag, November 13, 2009
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    M. L. Walker (Pittsburgh) –
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    This review is from: Case Logic DCB-66 High Zoom Camera Case (Black) (Electronics)
    I’ve had a number of camera and gadget bags over the last 25 years, all of them quite a bit larger than the Case Logic DCB-66 that I just bought for my new Canon Powershot SX20IS. I used to carry an SLR with normal lens, a sizable zoom lens, a macro lens, lens hood, and a tele-extender. I usually had a dozen rolls of film, a number of filters (each in its box for protection), notebook, the SLR manual, shutter cable, a bean bag (for those times I didn’t have my tripod), and power winder. I hauled a bag filled like this around Europe for a few weeks (in addition to my regular luggage). I wouldn’t be able to do it now. Most of the gadgets I carried were for functions that are built into the PS SX20IS (and many other digital cameras) today. That makes the Case Logic bag just right for me. My PS SX20IS fits nicely into the center section of the bag. I’m left with room for my lens hood, USB cable, spare batteries with compact charger, and a small notebook. I couldn’t be happier with the size and weight of the whole combination. But as others have cautioned here, measure your gear carefully, assume the bag’s dimensions are a little smaller than those provided in the ad, and think carefully about what you need to carry with your camera. And good luck; I hope many of you are as pleased with the bag as I am.

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