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GF-1 and 14-45 case?

Discussion in 'Accessories' started by Dangermouse, Mar 4, 2011.

  1. Dangermouse

    Dangermouse Mu-43 Rookie

    Oct 20, 2010

    I need a cheap case to stop my GF1 and 14-45 getting scrathed when it is in my rucksack, please could somebody suggest something?


  2. JohnMetsn

    JohnMetsn Mu-43 Veteran

    eBay is your friend I guess...here or here
  3. C2M

    GF-1 + 14-45mm with hood mounted sits vertically in a Crumpler 2 Million. C2M gets dumped into the small day pack I lug to and from work. Protects the kit from other junk in the pack and the occasional bumps. C2M works fine for a quick access, small day camera case. Can hold spare batteries, cards plus other small items in addition to the camera. Picked this one up new for ~$20usd.
  4. Alanroseman

    Alanroseman Super Moderator Emeritus

    Dec 21, 2010
    New England
  5. Dangermouse

    Dangermouse Mu-43 Rookie

    Oct 20, 2010
    Thanks guys. I've been through all those but I can't see what I'm looking for in that welath of info. Just to be a little clearer, I'm looking for a bag / pouch that will take just the Gf1 and a 14-45 mm with maybe an extra card so I can put that in a rucksack. I need to be able to get my hands on it within the next week or two (so can't order from the States) and I'm not sure I should have to pay over £20, under a tenner would be appeal to my yorkshire sense of value!!! Thanks. david
  6. Iconindustries

    Iconindustries Mu-43 Hall of Famer

    David I saw your thread yesterday and it prompted me to take a few pictures of the bag I have for my GF1. I have it for a few years now, originally using it for my previous camera. It suits the GF1 like a glove even with the 14-45mm on the camera. Not sure of the model but it is a LOWEPRO. It also has a small pouch on the very front that could fit a battery and a memory card. Here's some low res images of the bag.


    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/50527022@N02/5509874485/" title="DSC_0002 by iconindustries, on Flickr"> View attachment 159117 "640" height="425" alt="DSC_0002" /></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/50527022@N02/5509874715/" title="DSC_0005 by iconindustries, on Flickr"> View attachment 159118 "640" height="425" alt="DSC_0005" /></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/50527022@N02/5509875087/" title="DSC_0003 by iconindustries, on Flickr"> View attachment 159119 "640" height="425" alt="DSC_0003" /></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/50527022@N02/5509875403/" title="DSC_0004 by iconindustries, on Flickr"> View attachment 159120 "640" height="425" alt="DSC_0004" /></a>

    As you can see the camera sits nicely on the LCD screen and it's easy to pack and easy to pull out.
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