Excerpt: Although it was cheap and I needed something in a hurry, that dosent mean the stiching was suppose to be coming apart right near the zipper. I used this for a small micro 4/3 Nikon with a 10-30 lens.I woulnt recommend this to anyone. Look at something a little more solid even within its price range plus or minus a few dollars.
Excerpt: I use this case to hold my GX7 while hiking. Mostly with the 12-32 zoom but occasionally with a 45mm. The camera fits into the case easily with the 12-32 but is a snug fit with the 45. I like that the case can be carried so many different ways. I tried it on my belt and on a pack strap over my chest but eventually decided attaching the case to the pack strap so it rests over my shoulder where I will not land on it if I fall works best for me.
Excerpt: Fits the V1 with 10-30 zoom lens. Has a velcro space in the back I use for the flash. Otherwise, not room for anything else (spare battery, etc), but that's OK because it's meant to be a very compact case. It was just what I needed.
Excerpt: We bought this bag for our nikon v1 mainly to go inside another non-camera bag, back pack or messenger. It's perfect for that. I did buy the dashpoint 20 first, which wouldn't fit the body with the lens attached. It comes with a sholder strap, which i'll never use, but the ability to attach to the strap of another bag is nice (i'd keep a second lens in there while the camera is around my neck. Two lenses and the body wont fit though.
Summary: A really good case, as you would expect from Lowe Alpine. Plenty of belt fastenings to attach it to different types of rucksack straps. My mirrorless camera fits in nicely too. There is a spare SD card pocket but not one for a spare battery (essential if you're trekking). There's plenty of room so I'll add my own!