I was looking for a slim case for an HX9V (great little camera!) with just enough room to carry a spare battery and card. The LCS-CSQ looked to hit the mark in terms of design, with a single pocket, and the big plus of zip pulls on each side, so you can zip them up to meet in the middle. Very much better than sliding a single pull all the way around.
Unfortunately, the case that I received is so badly made it is difficult to imagine Sony's quality control has slipped so low. I am assuming that it is a genuine Sony item. The cutting/stitching on my example has produced a very lop-sided result. At the front it is 11.9cm long on one side, and 11.2cm on the other. The back is slightly less uneven at 11.4 and 11.7, and the thickness varies around the case. The front flap is also a lopsided shape. All in all, the case looks shoddy and cheap.
The HX9V can be squeezed in (although the display comes into contact with the nylon zip as you put the camera in). It zips up OK, so long as you leave the wrist-strap protruding, and there is nothing inside the pocket.
Once the HX9V is in the case, the front pocket is stretched tightly so that the only thing you can slide in is a spare card in the thinnest plastic cover. No space for a spare battery, even without its protective case. However, the flap itself sticks out more than 1 cm even when the pocket is empty.
A bad feature in terms of practical use is that, for some reason, the top of the belt strap is anchored some way down from the top of the case, and its design means the loaded case tends to stick out at an angle from the belt, rather than hanging down neatly.
I have ended up using a case from a well known accessory provider in preference, even though it has the inconvenience of only a single zip pull, because it can hold a spare battery and card, and sits more securely on the belt.