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Ralf Jurrien : April 25th 2007 - 12:08 CET
Protective cases for digital SLR cameras

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Made ProductProtective cases for digital SLR cameras : Made Products announces the Camera Armor, a line of silicone cases for digital SLR cameras that keep cameras fully protected and instantly ready for action, with access to all features of the camera right out of the case. "The unique thing about Camera Armor is the fact that it protects your camera wherever you go, regardless of what you are doing. You put it on, and leave it on, so no matter what bumps life throws at you, your camera is protected,” says Graeme Esarey, CEO. “Unlike other cases, you don’t sacrifice much in the way of function. I can still change a memory card with one hand, the battery with the other, and be ready for the next shot. But my camera is protected the whole time.”
Protective cases for digital SLR camerasCamera Armor protective cases
Camera Armor products come with a patented impact dampening silicone housing they call the Body Armor; the LCD shield, a transparent cover made from polycarbonate that protects the screen from impact and abrasion; and the Lens Armor, a rugged protective ring that stretches to fit most common lenses. The Lens Armor doubles as a sun hood and can be rolled out of the way for wide angle shots. Camera Armor also comes with a convenient lens cap leash that attaches your lens cap to the Lens Armor with a silicone tab. Camera Armor ranges in price from $49.95-$59.95, depending on the model of the camera.

Protective cases for digital cameras
Camera Armor is always on the camera, protecting it from scratches, dirt and drops, while leaving users in full control of the creative process. Camera Armor offers unique combination of protection and access to camera functions is great for outdoor photography, bikers, campers, hikers, etc…offering maximum protection with a minimum of interference, which frees the user to focus on the shot. All controls are accessible and users can take great pictures with the peace of mind of knowing that your camera is protected. Camera Armor is currently available for the following digital SLR cameras:
• Canon 5D
• Canon 30D
• Canon 400D/Rebel XTI
• Nikon D70 and D70S
• Nikon D80
• Nikon D200
• Sony Alpha A100
• Nikon D40





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