Retro Olympus OM-D E-M10 Camera Leather Case

Retro Olympus OM-D E-M10 Camera Leather Case

$13.99
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"Protection is the most important for your camera!"

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

  3. Free Camera Strap Included
    - A color matching camera strap is included
  • Available in 3 colors
  • Made of high quality synthetic leather
  • Specialized for Olympus OM-D E-M10 II and Olympus OM-D E-M10 cameras 
  • Suitable lens size (mm):
    - Diameter: 56.5
    - Length: 50
  • Package included:
    - Camera Case x 1 
    - Camera Strap x 1
    (Other accessories are not included)
This Retro Olympus E-M10 Mark II with 14-42mm lens Leather Camera Case is made of high quality synthetic leather, it is durable and protective. This camera case is specially designed for Olympus OM-D E-M10 II and Olympus OM-D E-M10 cameras, it perfectly fits the camera and gives it full protection with style. This camera bag has camera strap included, letting you carry it with ease. 

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Purchased this case for my Olympus OM-D E-M10 because I wanted the camera body to be protected as I carry it on my shoulder. Fit and quality are excellent. I also like its feature of having a functional flap over the battery/memory compartment cover so that you don't have to remove the entire case to gain access to the battery and memory card. It's more convenient and saves time. I also prefer the partial case instead of having a full one. A pairing with a lens cover creates awkwardness in handling the camera with it hanging down from the camera body. Risk of loss is also possible since the lens cover can get accidentally unsnapped without the photographer knowing it.