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Canon Cameras Cases, Covers and Bags

Given how special and beloved Canon cameras can be to their owners, it only makes sense that they want to protect them from damage. Camera cases, bags and covers keep your camera safe, while often also providing a convenient means of carrying your camera kit about. While a camera bag or camera case can carry various different brands and models of camera, there are some camera cases that are specifically designed for a particular Canon camera model.

Compartments

What is great about a camera bag or camera backpack is that they’re a great way to keep all of your camera components and accessories like camera memory cards together in one place. Often a DSLR camera bag is designed with flexible compartments, as well as internal and side pockets so that you can organise and safely stow away your camera and all of your lenses.

Protection

A big reason for storing your Canon camera in a camera bag or case is to protect it from damage while travelling or when carrying it around with you. These bags and cases contain padded interiors so that your camera components are cushioned from any shocks or impacts during everyday use. As for the exterior, it’s usually made from durable nylon, canvas or leather, absorbing exterior forces, not to mention tears.

Carrying Your Camera

The biggest difference between a camera case, camera bag and backpack is the way in which they let you carry your Canon camera. A case merely protects the camera, so you need to either hold it or put it in another bag. Camera bags feature a shoulder strap so that you can sling it over one shoulder, while a camera backpack provides a more comfortable alternative with its regular backpack style.

Waterproof

Many camera cases and bags are made to be splash proof, water resistant or waterproof. However there are also covers that protect your precious device from water while allowing you to still take shots. These range from form-fitting rain covers to underwater cases.

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