Case Logic DCB-304 High Zoom Bridge Camera Case Review

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Up for review today our friends at Love Cases have sent me over a dslr camera bag from Case Logic called the High Zoom Bridge Camera Case with a model number DCB-304. This case or bag isn’t made for any specific camera but it can fit a lot of them, you just have to make sure your camera will fit. The case has several pockets so you can take things like batteries, memory cards, chargers or other accessories with you  so you’ll be ready for a day out having fun and taking pictures. This bag will allow you to be ready with what you need to get that perfect shot.

Info:

Product Name: Case Logic High Zoom Bridge Camera Case – DCB-304

Author: Kristofer Brozio

Provider: Love Cases

Price: £19.99 / $31.50

Designed to fit bridge / high zoom cameras
This case logic case has been designed to fit the latest bridge camera perfectly. It nice and compact design means it won’t get in your way when carrying it out and about

Built in flexi wall
A flex wall inside the camera case separates accessories from your camera and provides added protection when not in use

Quality materials and logical organization system
This case is made from quality materials and uses a logical organization ensure your camera is stored safely inside, yet instantly accessible so you never miss that important shot.

2 side pockets / 1 internal pocket
The side zippered pockets allow you to store an extra battery, cables, lens cap, or small accessories. The internal pocket is designed to store memory cards.

Slip pocket inside
A slip pocket inside the camera case separates accessories from camera to prevent damage to your camera.

Integrated belt loop. carrying handle and shoulder strap
On the back of the case is an integrated belt loop. On the top is a fixed padded handle, the removable shoulder strap is also adjustable so you have a multiple of carrying options

Compatibility
Size: 19 x 12.1 x 17.8 cm
Fits Devices: 14.7 x 7.6 x 11.7 cm

The Review::

There’s no special packaging for the Case Logic case, just a plastic bag.

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In the bag you’ll find the case with a hang tag on it. It’s mostly made of nylon and polyester I would guess, there’s a Case Logic badge on the top and it’s rather attractive.

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On the back of the case is a strap for a belt to pass through so you could wear it on your belt for convenience. The case appears to have heavy duty stitching on all of the seams, so it seems well made.

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On the top of the case you’ll find a small slightly padded carrying handle so you can grab and go. On the outside of the bag are two clips to attach a strap to.

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On the right and left sides are small zippered pockets. They should be large enough for batteries and/or memory cards and even a small charger if need be.

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Here’s the inside of those pocket, there’s a mesh expandable section inside, both pockets are padded for protection.

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The main compartment is zippered and opens up very widely to fit large cameras.

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When I opened it up I found a shoulder strap tucked away inside. The strap is nice and large and can be adjusted to whatever size you need. It’s nice and thick and sturdy so you shouldn’t worry about it breaking.

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Here’s the bag with the strap on:

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The top flap has a small zippered pocket of its own, it’s big enough for a memory card I would think.

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The main area is padded well for protection of your camera. It’s a soft nylon material that shouldn’t damage your camera.

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Inside the main compartment is also a padded divider pocket with elastic straps on it for accessories.

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I don’t own an actual DSLR, but I have a similar shaped camera in the Fuji FinePix S5100. This is one of those camera cases that can be used with any type of camera really, you just have to make sure it will fit in there.

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I originally put my camera in front first and then though better of it as the zipper on the flap could possibly scratch the LCD display.

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The bottom of the case is soft and padded so I figured putting my camera in LCD first would be a better option. My camera fit in just fine and I think it should offer very good protection for your camera.

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Conclusion:

I really couldn’t find anything wrong with this case, it’s nice and big with quite a bit of padding for protection of your camera and even its accessories. The Case Logic case has four pockets for batteries, memory cards, chargers and possibly other accessories so you can pack it up and you’ll be ready for a day out having fun and taking pictures. All of the pockets are quickly and easily accessible so you’ll be ready to go to get that perfect shot. This case features a belt loop, carrying handle on top and even an adjustable shoulder strap so you’ve got options for carrying it.

 

10-10-award

PROS CONS
+Several pockets for accessories
+Belt, Handle or strap can be used
+Quality made product
+Padded protection for you camera
-None really

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Scores::
Overall: score-10-10
Aesthetic: score-10-10
Value / Price: score-10-10
Build Quality: score-10-10
Usability: score-10-10

Disclosure:This product was given to Review the Tech for review by the company for review purposes only, and is not considered by us as payment for the review, we do not, and never will, accept payment from companies to review their products. This product may have also been bought by us for review purposes and does not influence the review.