Camera Cases and Camera Bags
Choose a camera case or camera bag to fit your camera. Our huge range of cases for your camera and bags for your camera are sourced from the best brands such as Hama, Case Logic, Crumpler and more. We stock camera cases and bags for all major camera manufacturers - Nikon, Canon, Sony, Fujifilm, Panasonic and more. You can shop by manufacturer, camera type or by style below.
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If you have invested in a camera, first and foremost you're going to need a case that offers your camera the protection it deserves. A case should protect your camera from knocks and bumps, as well as from drops and adverse weather conditions. Camera manufacturers have designed numerous cameras of various shapes and sizes. As such, you may want a case for a point-and-shoot camera, a DSLR or a bridge camera. The size and shape of your lens may determine the case you'll need for your equipment. We stock a range of universal cases, perfect for all cameras. However, LoveCases has sourced specific cases - custom-made to fit your camera model. There are a number of points you should consider when buying a camera case:
Protection - If you’re a professional or semi-professional photographer, then you may have invested in a DSLR or mirrorless camera. As such, you’ll want to offer your camera the greatest possible protection - especially for protruding components such as lenses. For peace of mind, you may want to compliment your camera case with a strap (if one isn’t already included), or like many people, you may want to buy a bag along with a case. If you own a point-and-shoot digital camera, a soft compact camera case will suffice. In general, point-and-shoot cameras are tough and can withstand knocks and bumps. However, we also stock hard cases with shock-absorbing inner-padding.
Style - If you plan to carry your camera around frequently, then you may want a case that fits your style as well as your camera. Perhaps you just want a quick, protective solution for your camera for a holiday. Along with other factors to consider when buying a case, the style is important. Do you want to stand out from the crowd with something unique? Or would you prefer to conceal your equipment, especially if it’s expensive. Choose the right style for you, whether it’s a leather case, a neoprene case or a hard case - we have lots to choose from.
Flexibility - If you’re looking for a case for a DSLR or any interchangeable lens camera, then you should consider a camera case’s capacity for various lenses of different sizes, as well as accessories such as batteries, memory cards, etc.