Summary: Protects the camera while hiking or bicycling. Fits the Leica D-Lux 4 and an extra memory card just right but there is no room for an extra battery due to the protruding lens taking up the space provided for accessories. Its a nice compact bag that doesn't take up much space. The rain cover is a helpful feature too. Not as classy as the Leica case made for the D-Lux 4 but it works well and its a fraction of the cost.
Pros: Compact, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Well Padded
Summary: I've looked at a lot of small camera pouches and have even bought a few, but this is the first one I actually like for my Panasonic LX3. It is a little bit of a tight fit, and I probably could only put one extra card in here, but the protection is great, as is the build quality. The built in rain fly may be handy one day.
Pros: Compact, Easily Accessible Equipment, Sturdy, Well Padded
Summary: This bag is great for quick day trips, but not ideal for our needs. I ended up purchasing a larger bag that could carry the charger and USB cord as well. There are many great features for this bag though, including the rain cover.
Summary: I've had several LowePro bags over the years and when I get a new camera I look for the best fit LowePro to go with it. This bag is well constructed and is durable. It's a tight fit (but not too tight) for the G9 allowing me to travel as light as possible w/ my G9.
Summary: I have had many Lowepro cases over the years. I have used this for a Leica D-Lux 4, but it is a very tight fit. No good to me now I have added the grip and viewfinder to the camera, so have acquired the Apex 100 AW.A tip about the waterproofing: -Buy a can of "Grangers Superpruf" from an outdoor activity store, close the EMPTY Apex case, and spray liberally. Once it is dry, release the all weather cover, and spray that inside and out.