Panasonic DMC-GM1 Leather Case, Black

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This sharp leather case takes care of your Panasonic GM1 camera in style. Tailored to the DMC-GM1, it keeps scuffs and scratches at bay while dual magnetic fastening makes access on the move simple.

Includes shoulder and hand strap.

H54.9 x W98.5 x D30.4mm
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Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Pretty but not practical I'd be happier if this came in a colour other than black, but it's a neat leather case to hold your dinky GM1 in, and protect it from the kind of scratches it might take if stuffed in a pocket with your keys. You get: case, strap, and lanyard. On the plus side, it's well made, and doesn't add too much weight to the camera. I used my own (wider) strap, but it was comfortable to carry around for a day. It protects the camera which fits snugly. It looks great, like a traditional leather camera case. On the minus side, well. The lanyard is hopeless for use as a lanyard. Instead, you just fit it around the strap (but not a wide strap), so the camera is secure around your neck. I haven't tried this, and I don't think I like the idea – especially if it means abandoning my wider strap. Also, while I like the retro vibe of a snug fitting case, you ought to be able to flip the front down and operate the camera while it's in the case. That's how these cases are meant to work, but this one doesn't. You have to take the whole camera out – maybe that's because you're having to use the touch screen as a viewfinder, but it's not very elegant. So it ends up being a bit fiddly, and you start second-guessing yourself. Am I going to take another photo in a minute? Do I put it back in the case? Or do I keep it handy? The other minus side is that this is a perfect fit with the original kit lens – but not for any other. So it really is a case only for the person who is probably not going to get another lens. It looks nice but it's not very practical. 01 April 2014
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