Camera Armor Casing (Armor) for Canon EOS 400D Jessops collect in store for 9.97 - HotUKDeals
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#1
http://www.jessops.com/ce-images/PRODUCT/PRODUCT_ENLARGED/ACAMRCA995116041.jpg
#2
good deal
#3
would be good if it covered the battery grip as well, but I doubt it will :-(
#4
From the picture it does.
#5
Lanse
From the picture it does.


No it doesn't
#6
A vertical battery grip is not shown so perhaps not.
#7
makes the camera look ugly
#8
dubit
makes the camera look ugly


I have a feeling that it would look at lot worse if you dropped it!
#9
Don't see the point of it, if you take care of your camera it is a waste of money and looks ugly. Plus it won't protect the mirror or shutter from knocks and bangs
#10
paul.jacobs
Don't see the point of it, if you take care of your camera it is a waste of money and looks ugly. Plus it won't protect the mirror or shutter from knocks and bangs


It "supposedly" protects it a little more from the elements aswell, however, I do agree that if you take care of your equipment you shouldn't really need it :thumbsup:
#11
turns it into ROBOCAMERA

the future of photo enforcement
#12
makes it look like...

ROBOCAMERA

:D

Heat added anyways :)
G>

edit: ah great minds half a minute apart ;)
#13
It makes it look like Roboca... oh.. >.<

Any idea if it covers the screen? That's what i'm most worried about scratching (lenses aside) :)

Also, that photo isn't a 400D! If that is an accurate picture of the casing, it wouldn't fit a 400D (the mode selector, for example)

[edit - I should learn to read..]
(from the website)
"PLEASE NOTE: Image is for illustration purposes only and the appearance of models for other cameras may be slightly different."
#14
paul.jacobs
Don't see the point of it, if you take care of your camera it is a waste of money and looks ugly. Plus it won't protect the mirror or shutter from knocks and bangs
depends where you are taking camera would buy it if it fitted my camera. Whould think it will give some protection to mirror and shutter if dropped voted hot well worth this price if it fits your camara great find wish you could find one for pentax k100
#15
I have had one of these on my Canon since getting the camera. As has been said not going to do wonders from dropping it but light bumps it works a treat such as when you have the camera and another round your neck, perfect for those occasional inadvertent collisions. Mine also had a screen guard so that is also protected. They are most of use if you are out and about as the camera can bump into other things in your bag without too much fear of damaging it, scratches or otherwise. Ideal when you also carry a 400mm lens and whatever other stuff you need with you when out and about that it wont get scratches or major damage, and considering that I keep having to buy new bags with my ever expanding collection of kit so the current one is always too full.

As for the prices, these go on ebay (where I got mine) for about £10 for a majority of DSLR cameras and mine was the same make as the above one. So well worth the investment for your Pentax andy math. And considering that most photographers and **** about making sure to take every precaution to protect their investment I cant see a reason why not for under a 10er.
#16
Good deal, if only the nikon d40 armour was this cheap.
#17
I was looking for the most compact case I can for when I need to carry my 450d inside another bag.

Was thinking that I could find one of the ones that actually attach to the camera (not started looking yet)

Similar to this one......

http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B00130VLZ4/ref=cm_cr_dp_all_helpful?ie=UTF8&coliid=&showViewpoints=1&colid=&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending

Although I had not thought that it will be limited by the lense you are using.......

Would this do instead - I assume it offers no protection for the buttons or against the lens being knocked?

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