Premium Series Pentax K-3 II Camera Leather Case

Premium Series Pentax K-3 II Camera Leather Case

Color :
Deep Brown
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"Comprehensive protection for your camera without losing the ease to access battery slot, or to use the tripod!"

  1. 2 Pieces Design Providing Comprehensive Protection
    - When shooting, the bottom case is still providing you with protection in case if you really accidentally drop the camera
    - Your camera is well protected with this 2 pieces design when it was not in use
    - Upper part of the case is a snap on design which allows you to remove easily

  2. No Need to Remove the Case when Changing Battery
    - User friendly design with a bottom opening part for changing battery

  3. Use Together with Tripods
    - The bottom of the case comes with the socket for tripods

  4. Free Camera Strap Included
    - A color matching camera strap is included
  • Made of high quality synthetic leather
  • Specialized for Pentax K-3 II Camera with 16-85mm Lens / 50-200mm Lens
  • Suitable lens size (mm):
    - Diameter: 66.5
    - Length: 78.5
  • Package included:
    - Camera Case x 1 
    - Camera Strap x 1
    (Other accessories are not included)
This Bottom Opening Pentax K-3 II Camera Leather Case is specially designed for Pentax K-3 II Camera with 16-85mm Lens / 50-200mm Lens. The bottom of case can be open to replace battery or connect to computer. A tripod socket is added at the bottom of case, tripods can be used without removing the case. A camera strap included for carrying this case.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Great vintage style camera case!

Just a beautiful case. I always get compliments that it looks like a vintage camera. Fits my Pentax K-3 II 16-85mm perfectly. The hand holster part of the case has its own metal screw that screws right into the tripod mount on the bottom of the camera, and that metal screw has its own threading so you can still use a tripod (great!).