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MegaGear MG426 Ever Ready Protective Camera Case for Fujifilm X30 12 MP (Black)

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MegaGear MG426 Ever Ready Protective Camera Case for Fujifilm X30 12 MP (Black)
Key Features
  • Fits: Fujifilm X30 12 MP
  • Two-Piece Case with Shoulder Strap
  • Bottom Mounts with Tripod Screw
  • Can be Used with Tripod
Give your Fujifilm X30 12 MP camera a touch of elegance, while also protecting it from dirt, scratches and bumps with the black MG426 Ever Ready Protective Case from MegaGear. This two-piece case consists of a top and bottom. There's also a matching shoulder strap. The bottom half may be used independently as a half-case, and attaches to the built-in tripod mounting screw. This screw is threaded on the bottom for convenient tripod usage without having to remove the case. The top piece completes the all-round protection and attaches with snaps. For style, this case has attractive stitching reminiscent of old world craftsmanship. The leather-like, sustainable, polyurethane material reflects new world ecological sensibilities. Made of the same polyurethane, but with a suede-like finish, the interior softly caresses your camera while also protecting it from scratches. In addition, a lens cleaning cloth is included.
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Do you have to remove the bottom case to access the side openings?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, to access the ports/battery bay, this must first be removed.
Answered by: Yos O.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Is the strap shown in the pictures included and is the strap attached to the case or camera?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, the strap is included and it attaches to the camera, not the case.
Answered by: Jay L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Do you have to remove the case to open the battery?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes you Will have to remove the bottom part that is screwed In to the Hole in the bottom of the camera.
Answered by: VEGARD J.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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