Summary: I bought this as the suggested case for the Leica d lux 4. It is too small. Not that the camera doesn't fit, its just a pain to do so. Put an extra battery and card in the flap and it is about worthless. Though quality and feel are great, it is the wrong sugggestion for the camera. When are casemakers for cameras going to think about how they might put an accessory pouch on the side.
Summary: Made of neoprene, it's the closest of any case I've seen for close fitting (there is some slightly wasted room at the top). Many other cases fall short for the Lumix TZ5, this one actually fits.
Summary: I'm using this to carry around a GPS device. So far it works great and the GPS looks brand new. The Lowepro was cheaper than the case being offered by the GPS company and seems like it provides more protection.
Pros: Compact, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Well Padded
Summary: Lowepro makes an excellent camera case. This one is no exception. We purchased it for a Canon 590IS and it fits the camera perfectly. It offers a small section for an extra pair of batteries and SDHC card. It secures the camera very well and protects it. It is a very sleek and not bulky case which my wife likes for allowing it to go in her purse.
Summary: I got this with my Nikon Coolpix P6000 because I have had Lowepro camera cases before and I know they are a good brand for camera cases, but I was disappointed when I received it that it closes via velcro. I'm going to be traveling in Honduras and Turks & Caicos for 3 months including the rainy season, so I need something that seals good and will keep sand out while I'm living on the beach.
Pros: Compact, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Material is waterproof, Well Padded
Summary: I bought this bag because it was recommended as a good fit for a Canon G9. I recently purchased a G10, so I thought it would do the job. However, the G10 is just a tad bit too big for this bag, as the raised "double dial" is too tall and catches on the bag. (The bag would probably still be too snug without the dial, but the dial is the biggest problem.) I haven't found a good alternative for the G10, but I'd avoid this bag.
Summary: I bought this case to go with the Canon A470 digital camera I bought for my 24 year old son, as I think it will make it easier for him to carry around without damaging it or losing it! I have not given either to him yet as they are gifts, but I tried the camera in the case and it fits very nicely, room to spare but not too large, and it has a useful strap.
Summary: Pretty simple bag, does just what it's supposed to, and it's a tight but pretty perfect fit for a Canon G-9, which is all I wanted. If you have installed the strap on the G-9, there's no need to install the strap on the Lowepro Case; the Canon strap will extend past the flap (which secures very well) and allow you to carry the camera and case together. The G-9 fits so snugly in the case that even with the flap open, the case will not fall away from the camera.
Summary: I'm probably not the typical shopper for this item. I have a Canon A620 and I wanted a case that offered weather protection (unlike the standard Canon case), but was still easy-access via the Velcro closure, and had no extra bulk for accessory storage (I use high-capacity Sanyo NiMH batteries and a 2Gb SD card, which means I don't need to carry extras for even the busiest day of shooting.) I wasn't sure this pouch would fit, but gave it a shot and I'm pleased.
Summary: The camera case I received does not look exactly like the photo. It is thin, lined (vinyl or leather - I can't tell), with a square velcro down flap. It has a nice detachable strap with nice clips on both ends. It also has a handy belt loop on the back. It is much nicer than the photo and It is a perfect fit for my Nikon Coolpix 7600 camera. It's perfect, thanks!