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Jason Cases Hard Rolling Case for Sony FS7 Camera with 28-135mm Lens

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Jason Cases Hard Rolling Case for Sony FS7 Camera with 28-135mm Lens
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Jason Cases SNFS7LPL Overview

Merging form, function, and presentation, this Hard Rolling Case for Sony PXW-FS7 Camera with 28-135mm Lens from Jason Cases safely holds your gear ready to go into any production situation at a moment's notice. The case cradles your camera and 28-135mm lens, positioning it handle-up instead of on its side, so you can quickly pull it from the case and onto your shoulder. The laser-cut aerospace-quality foam is durable and more resistant to turning to dust than the standard open-cell foam.

The laser cutting also improves the appearance, and features cutouts for numerous accessories, including the top handle and EVF (both attached to the camera), four Sony batteries, a charger, cables, and the Sony remote. Once loaded with your gear, the case is designed to be slightly bottom-heavy when standing upright. This makes it less likely to overbalance and tip over. The Jason Cases laser-cut foam is housed in a genuine Pelican 1610 case. This package includes only the case and foam, and not the camera, lens, or any accessories that are sold separately.

Pelican 1610 Case Features

  • Laser-cut customized foam
  • Watertight and dustproof
  • Automatic pressure equalization valve
  • Easy-open double-throw latches
  • Rubber over-molded handles
  • Retractable handle
  • Built-in wheels

Precision Storage Space

Sony PXW-FS7 with 28-135mm lens
Top handle (attached)
EVF / LCD monitor (attached)
EVF mount (attached)
Sony side handle with cable (attached)
Sony Back Extension Module
Four slots for XQD media
Four Sony batteries
Charger with cables
Sony remote

Jason Cases SNFS7LPL Specs

MaterialLaser-cut industrial aerospace foam
MaterialHigh-impact copolymer
Type of ClosureDouble-throw latches
Stainless steel padlock protectors
WaterproofingWatertight to 30'
O-ring sealed
Maximum BuoyancyFloats in salt water with 120 lb (54.4 kg) load
Dimensions20 x 25 x 12" (50.8 x 63.5 x 30.5 cm)
Weight20 lb (9 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight24.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)25.5 x 20 x 12.3"

Jason Cases SNFS7LPL Reviews

Fits like a glove!

By Jed
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-11-26

Great strong sturdy case!  Fits my FS7 perfectly and has some extra slots for batteries and other accessories. Love that it has wheels and more killing by shoulder and back using my old soft case.

Lens mount broken. Do not buy this model.

By Gints
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2018-08-19

Case fails by design. My lens mount was broken on my 2nd US domestic flight. Buy a case with separate pockets for lens and camera body. While the intention of this case is noble, it does not allow space to store the lens separated from the body with each section capped. There should be a separate compartment for lens+caps and the body with cap. Removing the lens from the body is common and sensible practice for transportation. This case does not allow space for that and lulls the purchaser into avoiding the trouble to separate the lens from the body. The Jason Cases pictures show an FS7 with its lens attached. I used this case for two domestic US flights. On my second flight, the lens mount was destroyed on the return trip. My plastic zip ties were intact, so the case was not opened by airport inspection. The case is sturdy hard plastic and gives me and the airline "throwers" the impression that the case adequately protects its contents. Obviously, it does not. My FS7 was stored just as pictured in the advertised use case.

Great Case for the standard gear

By Tony
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-06-19

First off, Its a Pelican case so its an incredible case - Durable, easy to use, lightweight, waterproof, etc. The Precut inside is perfect. Fits everything perfectly. The only thing is it would be nice if there a place to store the viewfinder off the camera as well as the zoom control arm and unit.

Excellent made product. With a few non usable items.

By Rodolfo
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2016-06-15

The Jason Cases is a custom foam Pelican 1610, so the case quality is top of the line. The custom foam is very solid and very well done, my Fs7 and 28-135 lens fits like a glove. The con i see is that the tiny spaces for the xqd cards do not allow to insert the cards with the little acrylic case, I dont know why somebody would put his media naked onto the foam. So it is pretty unusable, you have to put your media in an extra pelican case in some of the extra holes that it has. The second thing is that it has no space for V-mount batteries (although here is room for that) as it has the xdca-fs7 extension module hole, it should have at least two v-mount battery holes also. With that details said i think is the best option in the market if you own an Fs7 camera with lens and want to take good care of it.

FS7 Perfect Fit

By David S.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-03-29

I was looking for something I could use for my PXW FS7 camera that could use as a run and gun case. This is it, it fits the camera ready to go, just pop a battery in and you are ready, fits all the camera accessories as well.

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Does this fit the FS7m2 with the 18-110 lens?
Asked by: Randy M.
With the 28-135mm lens being so much larger than the 18-110mm the soon to be released FS7 II with the 18-110mm should fit in this case. However you may want to wait until the FS7 II is actually released. More than likely 3rd Party Manufactures like Jason Cases will come out with specific models for that cameras close to or soon after it is released.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-12-30


Does it accommodate the FS7M2 w/18-110mm lens with a BASEPLATE ATTACHED?
Asked by: Darren N.
Yes. You can cut the foam to accommodate.
Answered by: Gints K.
Date published: 2018-08-26


Can you bring this on board a plane?
Asked by: Tor
You can take it on a plane as checked baggage. It is too large to be considered for carry-on.
Answered by: Allan S.
Date published: 2018-12-30
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