This case fits the camera nicely, looks good and is convenient to use. It has no strap, instead the camera strap threads through a large hole in the top cover. This makes it possible with practice to take the camera out of the case and take a picture without letting go of the strap. The case then dangles from the strap, so you can't drop the case by mistake. The strap provided with the camera is very short, so you can't hang the camera from your neck or your shoulder, but have to hold it in your hand. Alternatively there's a loop on the back of the case to fit it onto your belt, but that's not necessarily convenient depending on what clothing you are wearing. My main gripe is that unlike traditional camera cases, this case provides very little protection for the camera. There is a hole where the strap fits through, two very large holes on either side at the top, and there are even two quite unnecessary slits at the two bottom corners. So there's no defence at all against rain, dust and sand getting in, which could easily damage the camera. I don't have much confidence in the camera surviving a fall to a hard floor, either. The holes in the corners of the case mean that it is possible for the camera to take the blow directly rather than being cushioned by the case. The back of the case is quite strong, so provides some protection, but at the front, at the bottom, the leather is very soft and thin. Another thing worth mentioning is the need with this camera to carry spare fully charged batteries. It would be nice to have a pocket in the case to store them, but they have to be carried separately. In summary, it's as though the designer thought of this case as a kind of smart leather jacket for the camera, and didn't attach much importance to the practical aspects of camera ownership.