Excerpt: Comparing to Sony OEM version of Holsters ($), this is much more cost-effective and well-built holster that I could even buy one more carrying backpack (SLRC-206) for the price of one OEM product.
Excerpt: I needed a case to carry D5200 with a 50-105mm lens, for just day trips and casual use. My big bag with the other stuff (lens etc.) was just too bulky. The SLRC-201 is perfect. It holds the camera safely and securely. The rubber base allows it to stand up on its own without tipping over.
Perfect for my LUMIX FZ1000 or DSLR with zoom attached
TomS, B&H Photo
20 July 2015
Excerpt: Sturdy construction, good zippers, several convenient pockets for accesseries, waterproof bottom, flat bottom that stands up, hammock holds camera securely without lens touching bottom of case -- my FZ100 fits nicely even with the lens hood attached.
Excerpt: I wanted a holster bag that was similar to a Gun holster for my camera because I was going to be shooting a huge concert and wanted to be free to move about without a huge bag. I got the bag and it's not EXACTLY what I was thinking about but it got the job done.
Excerpt: I wound up purchasing this via a recommendation from B&H Customer service via their chat function. I probably would not have considered it otherwise.
The boot on the bottom allows the case to be free-standing.
Excerpt: This is a well designed camera case and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone looking for a protective yet not too large of a case. It's well padded, stands up easily when put down, has a handle, strap and enough pockets for small accessories.
Excerpt: This is exactly what I wanted for my D5200 with the 18xx140 lens installed. It was a little snug a first but after a few uses it fit perfect. The strap fits me well and the case seems fairly secure even with the plastic strap clips which seem pretty strong to me and you sure can't beat the price and...