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Case Logic Point And Shoot Camera Case Review - Emma Kay takes a look at the Case Logic compact camera case.

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Case Logic case

The Case Logic Point and Shoot camera case is a hard shell case for a very small compact camera. It comes in six colours; pink, blue, black, red purple and grey. We took a look at the purple edition. 

Case Logic Point And Shoot Camera Case Features

This is a compact and stylish camera case, that will fit a small compact camera and a spare memory card or other small, flat accessory in an internal elasticated pocket. It has a fluffy, microfibre lining on one side, to protect the camera's screen. It also has two quite chunky zips for access, allowing you to get to your equipment quickly. 

Key Features

  • Hard shell case
  • Neck/ hand strap included
  • Double zips 
  • Small elasticated internal pocket
  • Removable lanyard
  • Belt loop 
Case Logic Open

Case Logic Point And Shoot Camera Case Handling And Performance

The case is very small and lightweight, and comes with a strap, which is big enough to either wear around your neck or wrap around your hand. The strap has a clip, which can be used to attach the case to a bag if you wish. When you open the case, it has two elastic straps in the middle on each side, which stop the camera falling out when you open the case. It also has a belt loop, allowing you to attach it to your trousers. 

The case will fit a very small compact camera, and we found that the new Panasonic Lumix XS3 fit very well. If your camera isn't that slim, you'll struggle to get it in as the case doesn't expand. The case is very lightweight, and you can easily fit it into your pocket if you don't want to take a bag. It's pretty much the same size as a wallet. The internal elasticated pocket is handy for an extra memory card, but you can't really fit much else in there as well as a camera. 

Case with XS3


Case Logic Point And Shoot Camera Case Value For Money

The case is really very small, but if you have a camera that will fit inside, then the case will do a good job of protecting it due to its hard shell and soft lining to prevent the screen from scratching. the strap and belt loop make it really easy to attach to a bag or yourself, too. 

The Case Logic Point and Shoot camera case is available for £14.22 from Amazon. Alternatives include the Vanguard Beneto, which isn't hard shell, and is available for £6.58, and the Acme made CMZ pouch, which has a little more room and is available for $14.95. 

Case Logic open with camera

Case Logic Point And Shoot Camera Case Verdict

Overall, the case feels well made and will do a good job of protecting your camera. It's stylish, and available in lots of colour options, but if you wish to take lots of accessories out with you, you'll have no chance of fitting them in the case with the camera. 

Case Logic Point And Shoot Camera Case Pros

Lightweight
Soft interior
Strap and belt loop included
25 year warranty 

Case Logic Point And Shoot Camera Case Cons

Very small
Not expandable 

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