Case Logic is a household name by now when it comes to protective cases for your gadgets and gizmos, never mind that they’re digital cameras or portable media players. This time round, Case Logic has taken advantage of the PMA convention by unveiling a new range of portable accessory solutions that aims to fulfill the needs and desires of today’s busy, globe-trotting consumer.
The new XNSLR line offers sleek designs and secure construction to ensure valuable SLR camera equipment stays safe while looking stylish. Case designs vary from a rugged backpack, compact holster and convenient messenger bag. Each bag provides full-featured functionality, including molded EVA Camera Cradlesand customizable interior configurations and compartments to store a variety of gear, while a stealth exterior conceals the professional-grade equipment stored inside. This collection is perfect for the photography enthusiast or professional photographer seeking stylish yet discreet cases that provide quick access and protection.
Also new at PMA 2009 is the TBC line, with cases that will appeal to both the seasoned photographer on assignment and the dad on the sidelines capturing his daughter’s soccer game. The TBC line makes it possible to store those large camcorders or small digital cameras without breaking the bank. Thick padding and smartly-designed zippers for fast access to gear are additional highlights.
The expanded SL line offers superior hardware protection with an impact- and moisture-resistant base, an adjustable neoprene Hammock Suspension System cradles an SLR camera and lens to minimize impact while in the case. This collection offers professional photographers and enthusiasts alike an assortment of solutions that provide unsurpassed protection and full-featured functionality, all within rugged exteriors that are designed to survive the elements and tests of travel.
Do you currently use any form of protective casing for your digital camera, regardless of whether it is a point-and-shoot model or a DSLR? I don’t, and still haven’t after dropping my one-week old camera on the floor. The camera didn’t break, but my heart did. Perhaps I too should check out what Case Logic has for my Canon…