By Lisa Johnston
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LONGMONT, COLO. -Case Logic has launched new digital camera and camcorder bags, as well as made improvements to existing bags in these product lines.
DC-40 has been added to the company's Koskin digital camera bag line. Perfect for a compact digital camera, the bag includes a front accessory pocket for flash cards, batteries or other accessories. It also is designed for cameras that require a deeper fit due to a longer front lens. Suggested retail is $11.99.
The DC-40 joins Case Logic's DC-50 that holds a standard-sized digital camera and also features a roomy, drop-down accessory compartment with individual elastic loops to hold batteries and to secure memory cards. Suggested retail is $16.99.
The largest of the three, the DC-70, fits a full-size digital camera and features a protective drop-down compartment with mesh pockets for floppy disks, cords and elastic battery loops. Suggested retail is $24.99.
The compact DVC-30 digital camcorder bag holds a small digital camcorder and is made of lightweight, weather-resistant nubuck with a reinforced bottom. The fully padded case also features an exterior pocket with individual sleeves for batteries and tapes. Suggested retail is $24.99.
The DVC-30 joins the DVC-40, 50 and 60, which are designed for even larger digital cameras.
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