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Think Tank Little Stuff It! Belt Pouch

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Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 15,5 x 15,5 x 5,8 cm
  • Número de modelo del producto: 002274
  • ASIN: B0069S2RV2
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 22 de junio de 2012
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Funda acolchada para cámaras compactas aproximadamente hasta el tamaño de una Canon G12 o Nikon 7000.

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Think Tank's Little Stuff It 17 de septiembre de 2012
Por John Williamson - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Didn't think that Think Tank would be able to improve on my original Modular Pouch that has been in service for years, but they did. This new Think Tank Little Stuff It Belt Pouch was designed for enthusiast-level compact digital cameras such as the Canon G12 or Nikon's P7000 series, and it holds my Nikon P7100 perfectly, along with a couple of memory cards, that fat Nikon EN-EL14 Li-Ion battery, and other small items.

Likes:

+ Extremely durable construction; mid-weight padding protects the camera
+ DWR (durable water repellent) coated; adds to the pouch's water-resistance
+ Smooth 210D silver-toned nylon interior; camera slides out quickly and easily
+ YKK RC Fuse zippers; secure coil zippers are consistently smooth
+ Seam-sealed rain cover; additional weather protection

Dislikes:

- None at all; better than the product it replaced

There are plenty of small pouch cases on the market, and while many of them offer decent padding, the weakness always seems to crop up in the zippers, and for this user, it's become the first thing that I check. Think Tank uses the premium YKK RC Fuse, and this double-pull coil zipper is always smooth in operation, along with being very secure. The interior dimensions, the ones that really count, are 3½" W x 5½" H x 2.0" D, easily big enough for a Canon G12, Nikon's P7000 series and many others, but measure your camera first.

It can be attached any Think Tank Photo belt or belt pack, but for regular use when you're going light, it also attaches easily and securely to any regular belt that you might be wearing. It fits easily on the strap of my Retrospective 10 bag in seconds when I want to consolidate my gear and carry the smaller camera with the DSLR. The overall quality is up to Think Tank's already-high standards, right down to the YKK RC Fuse zipper and the rain cover in the bottom zippered pocket, a far better location than the original Modular Pouch.

On the front is a stretch pocket for lens caps, but my spare chunky Nikon EN-EL14 Li-Ion battery fits. The seam-sealed rain cover offers additional weather protection when needed. When it gets wet, it's zippered compartment is separate, keeping your camera dry. And there's a tether so you won't lose the cover. You can see this in the products images.

This Think Tank Little Stuff It Belt Pouch is an evolutionary improvement over the old original Modular Pouch. I didn't get the new one to replace the original, which is still working just as well as it did when I got it a few years ago. The older one has other photo support purposes, and will actually replace a pouch case from another manufacturer that had an inefficient belt attachment and a constantly jamming zipper. Like the other Think Tank products that I've bought over the the last few years, this one is a good example of a product that was designed by photographers and for photographers.

9/17/2012
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Perfect for carrying a Pelican SD card case on your Think Tank belt 17 de mayo de 2016
Por Oli - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I'm rating this 5 stars because it worked PERFECT for what I wanted and needed.

I already have the Think Tank belt, the 24-70, and 70-200 lens bags. Shooting weddings and long events requires swapping out full memory cards for empty ones. My cameras use SD cards, which I keep in a Pelican SD card case. Pelican 0915 Black SD Memory Card Protective Case Replaces 0910 I wanted to be able to carry the memory cards on me, without having to put the Pelican case in any of my pockets, which would, not only look and feel weird because of its size, be hard to reach with the lens bags already on the belt resting over my pockets. The Pelican SD card case fits PERFECTLY inside the Little Stuff It bag.

But I will say that it is pretty small.. when I first opened the package I was afraid the Pelican SD card case would not fit, but it fit perfectly.. so keep that in mind..
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good case, but not perfect 27 de febrero de 2013
Por J. Paulsonn - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I got this case for my new Nikon P7700. I found the fit way too tight until I threw out the included rain bonnet, which is stuffed into a side compartment and tethered to the case. It is easily removable. It steals space from the camera and once it's gone, it's a much better fit. I don't need the rain protection anyway, unless I take the Maid of the Mist at Niagara.

What is less than ideal to me is the zipper closure. I much prefer a flap with either velcro or a magnetic clasp--I can flip it open, pull out the camera, and take a picture in less time than fiddling with a zipper. It's not a huge difference, but the problem is that there are few cases with flaps--most all I've seen have zippers. Too bad. I have a Canon case with a flap for my S100 (PSC-3200 I think), and I am like a quick-draw gunslinger with that thing. Love it.

This case is well-made, though--no complaints about that. It has useful little compartments and well-designed belt loop.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Another great Think Tank Product 20 de abril de 2017
Por Brian Shannon - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Great little case just like everything that Think Tank makes. Holds my wife's Panasonic ZS-60 easily with additional places for other small things. Love Think Tank, highly recommended products.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Average case at best 15 de abril de 2016
Por Joseph - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I don't really understand the high marks for this case. Sure, it's small and the zippers seem well made, but there is literally no padding on the top or front of the case. If you were to drop this and have it land, say on the upper left corner, I don't see how your camera would be protected.

If you're just putting your camera into this to protect it from scratches and then putting it into your backpack or purse or something, then fine. But this is definitely not an all-around case I'd trust for drops. Considering it's price compared to other brands, that is a disappointment.