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LONGMONT, COLO. — An ultra-protective nylon bag for small cameras from Case Logic is designed to protect even the most high-tech, compact cameras, such as the pocket-size Canon Elph.
Called the CBP-1, the case offers a thick, padded interior, a slim exterior pocket and a weather-resistant exterior, while being small enough to fit inside a larger camera bag or even into a pants pocket. The case includes an attached belt loop or strap for ease of toting. A front accessory pocket adds to the storage space. Suggested retail is $6.99.
Case Logic's existing line of Koskin camera bags has benefited from a makeover and now sports a cleaner, more sophisticated look with simple lines and stitching.
The CPS-40, at a suggested $7.99 retail, is a vertically oriented bag that holds a compact point-and-shoot camera and also features a belt loop for ease of transport. The CPS-50, at a suggested $11.99 retail, is roomier and features an outer stretch pocket to secure and store film. It also has a front flap and an adjustable shoulder strap. The CPS-70 is a hold-everything bag with a detachable shoulder strap and a large front pouch for keys or accessories. Suggested retail is $14.99.
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