Sony Ultra Compact Case for Handycam – Black

July 23, 2018 - Comment

Protection for Handycam and accessories. Product Features Lightweight materials, shoulder strap, pocket for carrying Memory Stick or SD card Compatible with most Handycam models Includes storage space for memory cards Supplied with padded shoulder strap Find More Sony Equipment Sony Alpha 7 IV | Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera with Sony 28-70 mm F3.5-5.6 Kit Lens (

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Protection for Handycam and accessories.

Product Features

  • Lightweight materials, shoulder strap, pocket for carrying Memory Stick or SD card
  • Compatible with most Handycam models
  • Includes storage space for memory cards
  • Supplied with padded shoulder strap

Comments

Skygoose11 says:

Perfect for the Sony PJ410. This is excellent quality and is a Perfect Fit for the Sony PJ410 Handycam. It also has a front pocket which would hold 3 extra batteries or cards. I know some reviews say the pocket is too small and it would be for other Cams which have slightly larger batteries such as the Sony PJ630. I did purchase the LCS BBJ case for the PJ 410 first but the cam seemed to rattle around in it a bit too much plus it did not have an additional pocket for accessories. However this case provides a snug fit but…

Francis Thompson says:

Fits my Canon LEGRIA hfr66 perfectly So I bought a Sony case for my Canon camcorder and it fits perfectly. The point being I needed something compact but with padding so that if I do drop my expensive camcorder it won’t break. The last thing I wanted is an unnecessarily big bag. Although designed for Sony’s equally excellent camcorders it fitted my Canon.

G. Henson says:

Not great, but at least it’s expensive! Having purchased the Sony HDR-CX405 camcorder I assumed that the manufacturer supplied case would be ideal, albeit at a quite pricey £14 extra.Whilst the case is ok at best, it has a couple of flaws; the first is the fiddly nature of the zips which are obstructed by the carrying strap (not a deal-breaker in isolation), but the second is the lack of space for the cables that are required to charge the battery or connect to a display device.If it was possible to charge the battery…

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