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Nagra Genuine Leather Case for Nagra Seven Recorder (Black)

Nagra Genuine Leather Case for Nagra Seven Recorder (Black)

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Packaging Info
Package Weight 1.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.2 x 8.5 x 6.1"
Genuine Leather Case for Nagra Seven Recorder (Black) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nagra Seven Leather case is Excellent I bought the Leather Case for the Nagra Seven recorder to allow for easy and safe transport as well as allowing for Field recording while carrying the recorder, following are my comments after several weeks of use. • To ensure easy connection of the Hirose Power Connector later, insert it through the case and connect to the Nagra Seven prior to closing the case flaps and ensure that the recorder is "square" in the case. • The Carrying Strap can be easily removed from the case when not required which is nice. • The front of the case has two "Flaps" which can be raised to allow access to the screen and controls, however when lowered, the left flap has a clear window to allow seeing the Touch Screen and the nice part is that either a finger or a stylus will work through the window to operate the touch screen, the right side has a notch allowing a Headphone to be connected while the flap is closed. • There is a "Tilt-Stand" on the bottom of the case which allows for tilting the Nagra Seven up at a 30� angle for easy operation and viewing. • The Pouch on the top of the case allows for carrying the charger, the carrying strap when removed as well as a stylus, a USB cable and more. • I only have two complaints with the leather case for the Nagra Seven recorder: 1) There is no hole in the case to allow seeing the Battery Charge LED when the charger is connected, this is easily remedied as the LED has a raised "bezel" surrounding it so when the recorder is removed from the case a "mark" is on the inside of the case and it is easy to use a 1/4" hole punch to create a hole in the correct location to allow seeing the LED when the recorder is installed in the case. 2) There are two "Connector Access" ports on the case, one each on the left and right side, these allow for easy access to the recorder and can be "sealed" with hook-and-loop fasteners around cables to help secure the cables and protect the recorder. The disadvantage is that when not in use or traveling the "port-flaps" protrude outwards which is annoying, the "flaps" can be easily folded upwards however there is no way to secure them in this position except for perhaps a piece of gaffer tape. I attached several pieces of hook-and-loop fastener tape to the flaps and the side of the case to allow the "port-flaps" to be held in a raised position when not in use therefore making the overall case "footprint" smaller and more compact. • I will close by saying that I truly enjoy the Nagra Seven leather case and it is well worth getting for transport and field use as it is well designed and well made, the case makes it easy to transport and use the Nagra Seven in the field.
Date published: 2018-02-06
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