The JJC Mirrorless Camera Case stores and protects your camera from dust, bumps, scratches, and light impact. For ease of use, the pouch is opened and closed with a touch-fastening flap. The easy-access design enables a quick access to the camera. What’s more, the elastic material of the pouch makes it fit cameras of different sizes. The pouch features stylish edge stitching for a handmade appearance, which makes it attractive. In addition, photographers have the option of using this pouch with or without a neck strap. When removed, the pouch can be attached to your neck strap or to your camera strap eyelet directly through the equipped durable band.
This size camera case will accommodate a camera body with a lens up to 127 x 85 x 173mm / 5 x 3.3 x 6.8″ (W x H x D). It is mainly suitable for Mirrorless Cameras and Advanced Zoom Compacts of Sony, Canon, Olympus, Fujifilm, Samsung, Panasonic, etc. Please refer to some of the compatible camera and selected lens listed as below:
Fujifilm X-T30/X-T20/X-T10/X-T100/X-E3/X-A5/X-A3/X-A2/X-A1 Camera + Fujinon XF 55-200mm f3.5-4.8 R LM OIS lens / XC 50-230mm f4.5-6.7 OIS II lens
Canon EOS M50/M5/M6 Mark II Camera + EF-M 18-150mm Lens
Canon EOS M50/M5/M6 Mark II Camera + EF-M 55-200mm lens
Olympus E-M10 Mark II Camera + 12-40mm Lens/75-300mm Lens
Olympus E-M5 Mark II Camera + 12-40mm Lens/40-150mm Lens/75-300mm Lens
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Made of Neoprene material, Ultra-light and compact case
Soft and cushioning material protects your camera from dust, dirt, scratches, bumps, and moisture
An inner strap for attaching the case to a neck strap or to your camera strap eyelet directly
Durable flap holder to keep camera encased protectively
Accommodate a camera body with a lens up to 127 x 85 x 173mm / 5.0 x 3.3 x 6.8″ (W x H x D), Please refer to some of the compatible cameras & lenses models listed in the below product description. To learn more about this camera case, please go to see a short video on https://youtu.be/dLNccENSYME