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No more fumbling for your camera while exploring. The zippered horizontal design of the Olympus Tough Case allows for easy access and protects your electronics as well. Made from flexible material, the case fits most compact cameras. An internal compartment is available for additional storage, which is always handy for extra memory cards and batteries. For easy hands-free carrying, a belt loop and a carabiner are built onto the back of the case.
- weather-resistant compact camera case
- horizontal design allows for easy access
- internal compartment available for additional storage
- belt loop and carabiner included
- 5-5/8"W x 4-1/4"H x 2-1/2"D
- warranty: 60 days
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Olympus Tough Case Reviews
What's in the box?
- Soft black neoprene camera case for Olympus Tough cameras
Overview: The Olympus Tough Neoprene Camera Case is a soft rugged neoprene case, designed for the Tough Series Digital Cameras. It features dual zippers, and an internal compartment for storing money, credit cards, or other valuable items. You can wear the case on a belt, or clipped to a strap or belt loop with the included carabiner.
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Why did you buy this?
Needed an inexpensive, simple case option for the Coolpix S33! [ Mark Dec 21, 2015 ]
It protects the camera well. What else do you need, especially for ten bucks? [ Dennis Dec 19, 2015 ]
1 question already asked
I bought the case for the Olympus TG-3 and it fits fine. [ Bruce Jan 23, 2015 ]
I bought it for the Olympus Tough TG-3 camera which is 4.4" W x 2.6" H x 1.2" D (111.5mm W x 65.9mm H x 31.2mm D) according to Olympus site. There is a separator which I put in an extra battery and lens cleaner. I also encase the TG-3 with a skin for added protection and it fits nicely in there. The case is not waterproof, but dries and cleans easily. I also added a wrist strap which because it's stiff sticks out, but I can take the camera out quickly and securely without looking at the case. Hope that helps. [ Dan Jan 22, 2015 ]
The Olympus TG-3 fits into this case. [ Edgar Jan 22, 2015 ]
My Olympus tough camera fits with a lot of extra room. I'd say anything around 5" x 3.5" will fit fine. Thickness maybe 1.5". It does have a little stretch also. [ J Jan 22, 2015 ]
The Olympus Stylus Tough TG-3 fits snugly in the case. So it is just larger than the dimensions of that camera. [ J Jan 22, 2015 ]
Most point and shoot cameras will fit as long as they don't have a telephoto lens. The case is nice but not as stiff as it looks in the photo. I used two of them at Burning Man on my belt to hold my camera and other stuff. They worked out great. [ Alan Jan 22, 2015 ]
I bought it for My Olympus Tough-3. I believe it's generally for the Olympus tough line of cameras. Too small for DSLR cameras if that's what you need it for. [ Kupihea Jan 22, 2015 ]