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Old Oct 15, 2002, 9:36 AM   #1
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Default Nikon bag CP5700

Is the Nikon bag for the CP5700 any good ? what material ? Is there a picture somewhere ?
Is there room for extra battery and CF-cards ?
What are the alternatives ?

Just bought the 5700 and I like it 8)
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Old Oct 15, 2002, 3:50 PM   #2
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Yes, it's good if you only want to put the camera inside. It's made of leather. Sorry, I can't give you the url right now, I don't know where I saw it last time.

The bag itself is tight fit, there's a small bag inside for an extra CF memory, and that's it. But do note, the bag isn't exactly the same from region to region. In Indonesia (and in Asia I assume), the code is CS-CP11. There's slight difference between models.

Many alternatives out there, I use lowepro dres-40, that has extra space for batteries, CF cards, filters, etc.

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Old Oct 15, 2002, 10:42 PM   #3
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From what i know...the CS-CP11 is a temporary original Nikon bag for the CP5700 (i have one of my own, it fits the cam tight, and there's a little bag inside to store two CF, or one CF combine with one EN-EL1)...now they have released the CS-CP5700 (if i'm not wrong)

Good advice from Covey : Turn your cam off to play mode if you want to put it in your bag or etc., it will prevent the lens cam to extend if accidentaly switch on
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Old Oct 31, 2002, 10:29 PM   #4
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Go here for a slideshow of my new 5700 case:


It is made of leather and has 2 zippered pockets. One on the inside of the lid (made of a webbing material) and the other is on the outside with 2 internal pouches. It's not very well padded, so it would not be very good for "klutsy" people. :-) It is also a tad tight around the camera. I like it because I tend to be a minimalist when it comes to lugging equipment. At $17 from provantage.com, it's not a bad deal.

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