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Fujifilm Premium Leather Case for X10

4.6 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews

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  • Hand crafted finish
  • Easy opening design
  • Camera defined Shape
  • Retro fashioned
  • Premium Leather finish

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  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 15.7 x 8.4 cm ; 100 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 236 g
  • Item model number: Leather Case X10
  • ASIN: B005O65Y3S
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 19 Sept. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
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X10 Premium Leather Case

Manufacturer's Description

Its shape is defined bt the camera. Its colour and texture is simply perfect. With its easy-opening design it adds pleasure to photography. Fujifilm's pursuit of excellence is visible in every detail. From the colour of the leather, to the spaces between the stiches and ist overall beauty. And just to prove that every detail has been considered, the top of the case snaps shut via a hidden magnet rather than a snap to prevent unnecessary damge to the lens.

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I have to admit that when I first saw how much money this case was, I had the doubt of buying it or not.
I did the right thing! I used a temporary cheap "camcorder" case while I waited this case to be delivered, and while the "camcorder" case was small and good, once I inserted my X10 on the Fujifilm case, they become one same thing in the same moment! You can take pictures easily with the camera in. If you are taking lots of pictures in the same place, you don't have to use the objective cap all the time, for this case has an excellent objective protection (does not replaces the objective cap, but prevents you from covering the objective so many times).
The only drawback this case has is that there is no compartment present where you can store memory cards, batteries etc. It will keep your X10, and that's it. But it is true that thanks to this, the case is so easy to carry.
I would definitely recommend this case, it's beautiful, well made, and it provides a really strong protection for your X10. (Also, it comes with a replacement leather strip, better than the one that comes packaged with the camera, and of better quality and strength.)
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This is a black leather "ever ready" case of the type which was routinely available for 35mm enthusiast cameras (SLRs and rangefinders) in the 1960s through to the 1980s. Some people love them, some hate them - I'm in the former camp. This type of case has made a bit of a resurgence recently with the fashion for more retro-styled cameras, such as the Fujifilm X10 and X20. The case is in two halves - a form-fitting lower half (often referred to as a "body jacket" these days) which can remain on the camera except when changing the battery or the memory card, or accessing the USB or HDMI jacks, and a top/front cover which is removable, but equally can be left hanging open whilst you use the camera. The inside of both halves is soft-lined so that it doesn't scratch the camera or its screen. There is also a matching leather strap supplied, which is slightly broader and has more rounded and finished edges than the one supplied with the camera. The leather used is quite firm, with useful creases in the top cover to help it fit more easily onto the camera when closing it. It doesn't have any padding as such, but is quite robust as the leather is both stiff and relatively thick, so it does give decent protection.

Three aspects of the case are worth describing, because not all every ready cases (ERCs) are designed the same way. Firstly, the bottom half secures to the camera via leather loops with press-studs which hook over the strap attachments on the camera - this is totally secure if the camera strap is fitted and quite easy to remove when required - but not very secure if you haven't fitted the strap. The other type of fastening routinely used on other ERCs is to screw into the tripod socket.
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Firstly let me confess that I am no lover of ever-ready cases or, as I usually refer them "never-ready cases". My Leica M2 is a lovely camera to handle, but its case turns it into a deckchair. And the case for my Nikon F2 just about doubles its size. For these cameras I normally use a soft, wrap-around case.
With the Fuji X10, however, I need a more substantial case for those occasions when it lives in my briefcase and gets tossed around a bit. I read through all the reviews, having a good laugh at those dim-wits, who put the case on back to front and then complained that it didn't fit! After much hesitation, I ordered this Fuji case, specially after the price had been reduced to £39.99.
Initial impressions were favourable, as the case is as snug a fit as a Savile Row suit, adding only a little in size to the camera, so I was keen to try out the ergonomics. After a bout of field-testing, I can say that this is probably about the best hard case you are likely to get for any camera. Here are the plus points:
1) The case is extremely well made of high-grade leather.
2) The fit changes the camera handling very little. The moulded body grip is covered, but it is replaced by the edge of the leather case.
3) The flap opens "the wrong way round". Although this is counter-intuitive, you soon get used to it and it means that the flap never gets in the way of the lens. It is comfortable to use horizontally or vertically.
4) With the flap removed, you have a half-case to rival any of the expensive custom-made jobs.
5) The strap remains attached to the camera body, fastened to the case by loops, which are big enough to accommodate the fixtures of the best camera strap ever made - the Leica 14312.
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This case is an old fashion style and made of leather. It looks great with the camera and has a very good fit and quality.
As a disadvantage you have to uncase the camera for USB port, battery charging and if you want to use a tripod.
But for me it's not a problem and I would buy it again!
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I must admit to not usually bothering to write a review, this being my first, but feel I must in this case as it seems to me some of the people here aren't setting it up right & that's why their having problems with the strap & case.

True, there's no instructions in or on the box, which to be honest is rather naff for anything whether expensive or not, this being the latter.

I find the case to be well made, perfectly fine & not really a problem to slip on/off for access, so what I suggest for those struggling with assembly is this:

Firstly connect up the nice leather neck strap just as it shows you on pages 8-9 in the camera instruction manual (How nice to actually get one in english & not have to piddle about & go online for it too as with some I hear you cry), remember all your doing is substituting the plastic strap that was supplied with the camera for the leather one with the case kit using the special tool, eyelets & little leather protections all suppllied with the camera to stop the clips rubbing your nice camera body.

Once that's done then open up the case & slip the camera body in to the lower half of the case, cut out scoop is for the lens side, then this lower half is simply held on by un-popping & re-feeding the little leather stud fastening straps at the sides of the case round the camera neck strap eyelets & protective leathers & re-attaching to the studs as you slide the camera in.

Hey presto, Bob's your Uncle & F***** your Aunt, you have a case that's firmly attached as it's supposed to be, ain't going anywhere & is simple to unpop & remove & replace at will, or anyone else you care to aim it at.

You could of course remove the case with ease as above & still use the camera 'Naked' with the neck strap only if you were so desirous for whatever reason or banging off lots of shots.

Simples.
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