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X100F belt pouch

Discussion in 'X100F, X100T, X100S, X100, and X70' started by rmcnelly, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. rmcnelly

    rmcnelly Premium Member

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    I used to carry my old X100 in a fanny pack which did wonders for my love life ;-)

    I just picked up a slightly used X100F and have been looking for a small pouch to carry it in, and found this at an Army surplus store.

    It is a Rothco Utility Pouch, 7x6x2”. Can easily hold an X100 and a couple of spare batteries in the front pocket. Worth a try at $4.

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    Looks well made rmcnelly

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    Bit pricier than the $3.99 on the shown price tag though ;)
     
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  3. Dr Settings

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    The F would easily fit in those trouser pockets, no need for pack.
     
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    It's all you need :)
     
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    Again, a plea - not so many pics on the opening post please. A teaser and follow up with a second post with the rest.
    This has been stressed many times by the mods.
     
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    Will do. I've been absent from this forum for a few years and was unaware of this policy.
     
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    Will a 100s with hood on fit?
     
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    Don't know. The pouch is only 2" deep. Depends on the type of hood, maybe one of those with a smaller diameter than the hood mount would work. I doubt one that flares out would fit.
     
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    I've since determined an X100f with the Haoge LH-X49B hood (the small diameter one) and the Lensmate thumbrest can fit in the pouch.
     
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    Excellent, Thank you!
     
  11. JRick

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    looks great size wise, but that material will put a lot of wear on the body if you actually use it a lot. i have some military pouches like the one pictured but when i realised i would also need to line it with a softer material, i passed. there's probably a good reason why camera bags have soft linings :)
     
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    I used to store my Olympus Epic Stylus film camera (fixed 35mm lens) in my pocket but the paint and sides started to wear down badly from the constant abrasive action of camera against pocket material. For those of you familiar with this camera, and you should be able to get a used one for about $20, the pricing on this one is bizarre: Please login or register to view links
     

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