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Apr 21, 2011 09:22 |  #76

I've had various cases which came with an inclusive carabiner including the Pelican micros and the unbranded case I carry spare pocket camera batteries and memory cards. I found the carabiners a complete pain in the butt and removed them.


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Apr 21, 2011 10:56 |  #77

I've tried quite a few different cases/pouches for my S95 before finally settling on the Crumpler Muffin Top 80 which, though a little snug at first, seems to have 'given' a bit and fits perfectly.

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Apr 21, 2011 11:09 as a reply to  @ Glyno's post |  #78

I ended up ordering a no-brand ebay special for my SX230 for $11

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Apr 21, 2011 12:05 |  #79

Simon_Gardner wrote in post #12264761 (external link)
Pelican refuse to get behind their micro cases being waterproof although EU testing authorities reckon they are down to a metre. The Otterboxes definitely are waterproof down to some considerable depth. Ideal for eg when you are shooting the rapids, surfing etc.

In terms of being in a serious downpour, Pelican micro cases are ideal but the company will not vouch for them.

Major problem with Otterboxes is the odd shape (very flat) so you need a biggish one to fit a compact camera. But they are utterly watertight.

Simon_Gardner wrote in post #12264809 (external link)
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Go to http://www.pelican.com​/cases_detail.php?Case​=1010 (external link) and download micro_case_IP67.pdf. It will reassure you about your Peli Micro case.

Good stuff! Thanks.


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