• Olympus Barrel Style Lens Case - Extra Small (Black)
  • Olympus Barrel Style Lens Case - Extra Small (Black)
Olympus Barrel Style Lens Case - Extra Small (Black)
Olympus Barrel Style Lens Case - Extra Small (Black)

Olympus Barrel Style Lens Case - Extra Small (Black)

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  • Fits M.Zuiko 12mm, 45mm, 14-42mm IIR, 25mm, 17mm, and 14-42mm EZ lenses
  • Made of 450D Polyester PU
  • Color - black

Customer Reviews

It is nice, but is a very tight fitI like that it is hard on the sides, but it should have padding inside for drops, and it would be great if it fit more of the MFT lenses, or even other types of gear. Hard cases are hard to find. Hard cases with padding are impossible to find. Olympus -- if you make an impact-proof case, with room for step-up rings or sunhoods, you will be the go-to case for everyone. 4Two stars for a nice solid, protective bodyTwo stars for a nice solid, protective body.The top is fabric with little padding and the bottom is hard plastic with a rough texture and no padding, definitely not ideal for a lens.Will have to add additional padding to the bottom myself.Large enough to safely hold a standard kit lens or a 50mm, but is narrow. 2Nice little lens case for the moneyNice little lens case for the money, but it's really too wide for the suggested m.Zuiko lenses (17mm and 45mm, at least). 3Olympus' Smallest Lens Case is One of the Best You'll Find for the Micro 4/3 FormatAnother outstanding lens case from Olympus. We all are scratching our heads as to why the diameter is too wide for any micro 4/3 lens that would fit in it: this is also true of all Olympus cases. However, that issue is easily resolved by placing a foam insert at the bottom of the case (if your lens is too short for the case, which it may be) and then adding some soft material around the inner siding to reduce the inner diameter. But there is no question this is a very high-quality case, particularly when you consider its price. I've seen many a case more expensive than this that is not as nice. Although made in China, the zipper seems strong and smooth, the outer nylon wrapping is attractive (although I wish it said "OLYMPUS" in big, colorful letters along the side), and the entire case is made with an inner crush-resistant material: when you pick this up, although it has some padding, you can feel that the inner component is hard, perhaps like plastic tube. This provides extra protection. For me, the preferred method is to use a dedicated microfiber cloth that has a little thickness to it, wrap the cloth around the lens, and then insert the lens into the case. Voila! An easy five stars. 5A Perfect OEM Fit for My Olympus 75-300mm Micro 4/3 ZoomFits my zoom lens like the proverbial glove. I'm very much appreciative of all the folks who had bought this case for the same lens and were kind enough to share their positive reviews and answer my question on how well it worked.Add me to that list of satisfied buyers.Case is well made, with even seams and good fit and finish, and a smooth zipper. It's certainly padded well enough to protect the lens against the usual knocks and bumps it would likely encounter in transit. Of course, it's not a hardshell case, so you would not want to, say, drop it onto a sidewalk. But it appears perfectly adequate to travel in a backpack or soft camera bag or bounce around the interior of a car and provide complete protection. 5Fits for Voigtlander 42.5/0.95Good little case, fits my Voigtlander 42.5/0.95 M43 lens well. The case has a hard plastic insert around the barrel on the main section, which is fortunate because the case itself is not very large and has barely any cushioning. While this ensures a compact unit, which I much prefer, don't expect this case to protect a lens in the event of a fall (hard sides with no cushion will transmit the shock straight through), but do expect it to keep the lens safe in an environment where things might stab or press up against it (like a backpack). One thing I will say is that the top is merely padded there is no hard plastic insert above the zipper so it's not super sturdy. In the case of the aforementioned Voigtlander, the pin that secures the hood (attached backwards in its storage position, of course) is sort of "exposed" under the soft fabric again, this is not a case that will protect in the event of a fall, it's more for guarding against scrapes, scuffs, and light crushing. Great for carrying a lens in a backpack. 4Nice case, but too large.I bought this lens case for my Olympus 14-42 pancake lens. This was the smallest lens case I could find, but it is still too large for the lens and I had to insert foam into the case to provide enough padding to keep the lens from bouncing around inside the case.The case itself is well made, the zipper works well and without any snags or kinks and there is modest padding on the sides, top and bottom. It seems like a good value for the price and my only complaint is that the case is too large for the lens. Since this is an Olympus case and since it is supposed to be for an Olympus lens I think it should fit the lens better and I have reduced my rating by one star because of the mismatch between the size of the lens and the size of the case. 4Olympus gets big things right -- little things, not so muchThis is supposed to fit the Olympus 75-300 mm zoom, and it does. But it does not fit that lens when the lens hood is reversed and left on the lens, as the product design intends the hood should be. So if you put the lens in the case, you then have a free-floating lens hood you have to put somewhere and then find when you want to join them. For all of Olympus's excellence in optics and engineering, it's little, thoughtless, irritating, but easily addressed oversights that so often surprise you about the Olympus line. 2This is How Lens Cases Should Be MadeThis inexpensive lens case, which will hold virtually any micro 4/3 lens other than the extremely large models, is well constructed and looks great, too. Although the diameter is too large for most Olympus lenses (as many point out), it is still a very nice case, and is the case that should have been supplied with any appropriate lens (come on, guys, raise the retail price of these lenses by ten dollars and put in a nice case like this!). I have the Olympus 14-150mm lens in it, and it has about an extra inch and a half of extra depth, for example. As for length, it may indeed be a bit too deep for your Olympus lens, but this is an issue easily resolved by putting a small piece of foam padding at the bottom (which further adds protection). An unusual touch is that this case, while nylon and padded in format, is also a hard shell design: there is an inner material, probably a plastic tube, which makes up the inside of the tube so that it resists crushing. The closing zipper also feels of high quality, and I don't expect any issues with it. The item is made in China.One downside of the case is that it does not have a built-in belt loop like many other cases have. Whether or not that is related to the "hard" design of the case is an open question, but if you absolutely are looking for a case that you attach to your belt while shooting, this is not the one to get. For an excellent quality case that has a built-in belt attachment, I recommend one of the Ape Case ACLC10 Zippered Adjustable or Attachable Medium Case for Lenses (Black/Yellow), which note, comes in many sizes.I do, however, wish it said "OLYMPUS" in big yellow letters along the side (all lens manufacturers are missing out on the best marketing opportunity by not boldly and attractively labeling their cases if they even MAKE cases!). Having said that, I would not hesitate to recommend this to any micro 4/3 user, and for the price, it really can't be beaten. Five stars. 5Great lens caseThis is a very nice small lens case that fits Olympus, and possibly other M4/3 lenses, very well. It is well padded on the sides and top, has a firm strong inside bottom, the zipper opens and closes smoothly, it is easy to hold and I have marked each of this type of lens case with a small written tag specifying what lens is inside it and fastened that to the lens case with nothing more than transparent tape.The lens cases are stackable inside my camera bag and I have nothing but good things to say about it. The only thing it lacks is a permanently fixed transparent sleeve for the written tag, but none of the cases I have bought, Olympus or otherwise, have that. 5
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Description
  • Fits M.Zuiko 12mm, 45mm, 14-42mm IIR, 25mm, 17mm, and 14-42mm EZ lenses
  • Made of 450D Polyester PU
  • Color - black
Reviews

Customer Reviews

It is nice, but is a very tight fitI like that it is hard on the sides, but it should have padding inside for drops, and it would be great if it fit more of the MFT lenses, or even other types of gear. Hard cases are hard to find. Hard cases with padding are impossible to find. Olympus -- if you make an impact-proof case, with room for step-up rings or sunhoods, you will be the go-to case for everyone. 4Two stars for a nice solid, protective bodyTwo stars for a nice solid, protective body.The top is fabric with little padding and the bottom is hard plastic with a rough texture and no padding, definitely not ideal for a lens.Will have to add additional padding to the bottom myself.Large enough to safely hold a standard kit lens or a 50mm, but is narrow. 2Nice little lens case for the moneyNice little lens case for the money, but it's really too wide for the suggested m.Zuiko lenses (17mm and 45mm, at least). 3Olympus' Smallest Lens Case is One of the Best You'll Find for the Micro 4/3 FormatAnother outstanding lens case from Olympus. We all are scratching our heads as to why the diameter is too wide for any micro 4/3 lens that would fit in it: this is also true of all Olympus cases. However, that issue is easily resolved by placing a foam insert at the bottom of the case (if your lens is too short for the case, which it may be) and then adding some soft material around the inner siding to reduce the inner diameter. But there is no question this is a very high-quality case, particularly when you consider its price. I've seen many a case more expensive than this that is not as nice. Although made in China, the zipper seems strong and smooth, the outer nylon wrapping is attractive (although I wish it said "OLYMPUS" in big, colorful letters along the side), and the entire case is made with an inner crush-resistant material: when you pick this up, although it has some padding, you can feel that the inner component is hard, perhaps like plastic tube. This provides extra protection. For me, the preferred method is to use a dedicated microfiber cloth that has a little thickness to it, wrap the cloth around the lens, and then insert the lens into the case. Voila! An easy five stars. 5A Perfect OEM Fit for My Olympus 75-300mm Micro 4/3 ZoomFits my zoom lens like the proverbial glove. I'm very much appreciative of all the folks who had bought this case for the same lens and were kind enough to share their positive reviews and answer my question on how well it worked.Add me to that list of satisfied buyers.Case is well made, with even seams and good fit and finish, and a smooth zipper. It's certainly padded well enough to protect the lens against the usual knocks and bumps it would likely encounter in transit. Of course, it's not a hardshell case, so you would not want to, say, drop it onto a sidewalk. But it appears perfectly adequate to travel in a backpack or soft camera bag or bounce around the interior of a car and provide complete protection. 5Fits for Voigtlander 42.5/0.95Good little case, fits my Voigtlander 42.5/0.95 M43 lens well. The case has a hard plastic insert around the barrel on the main section, which is fortunate because the case itself is not very large and has barely any cushioning. While this ensures a compact unit, which I much prefer, don't expect this case to protect a lens in the event of a fall (hard sides with no cushion will transmit the shock straight through), but do expect it to keep the lens safe in an environment where things might stab or press up against it (like a backpack). One thing I will say is that the top is merely padded there is no hard plastic insert above the zipper so it's not super sturdy. In the case of the aforementioned Voigtlander, the pin that secures the hood (attached backwards in its storage position, of course) is sort of "exposed" under the soft fabric again, this is not a case that will protect in the event of a fall, it's more for guarding against scrapes, scuffs, and light crushing. Great for carrying a lens in a backpack. 4Nice case, but too large.I bought this lens case for my Olympus 14-42 pancake lens. This was the smallest lens case I could find, but it is still too large for the lens and I had to insert foam into the case to provide enough padding to keep the lens from bouncing around inside the case.The case itself is well made, the zipper works well and without any snags or kinks and there is modest padding on the sides, top and bottom. It seems like a good value for the price and my only complaint is that the case is too large for the lens. Since this is an Olympus case and since it is supposed to be for an Olympus lens I think it should fit the lens better and I have reduced my rating by one star because of the mismatch between the size of the lens and the size of the case. 4Olympus gets big things right -- little things, not so muchThis is supposed to fit the Olympus 75-300 mm zoom, and it does. But it does not fit that lens when the lens hood is reversed and left on the lens, as the product design intends the hood should be. So if you put the lens in the case, you then have a free-floating lens hood you have to put somewhere and then find when you want to join them. For all of Olympus's excellence in optics and engineering, it's little, thoughtless, irritating, but easily addressed oversights that so often surprise you about the Olympus line. 2This is How Lens Cases Should Be MadeThis inexpensive lens case, which will hold virtually any micro 4/3 lens other than the extremely large models, is well constructed and looks great, too. Although the diameter is too large for most Olympus lenses (as many point out), it is still a very nice case, and is the case that should have been supplied with any appropriate lens (come on, guys, raise the retail price of these lenses by ten dollars and put in a nice case like this!). I have the Olympus 14-150mm lens in it, and it has about an extra inch and a half of extra depth, for example. As for length, it may indeed be a bit too deep for your Olympus lens, but this is an issue easily resolved by putting a small piece of foam padding at the bottom (which further adds protection). An unusual touch is that this case, while nylon and padded in format, is also a hard shell design: there is an inner material, probably a plastic tube, which makes up the inside of the tube so that it resists crushing. The closing zipper also feels of high quality, and I don't expect any issues with it. The item is made in China.One downside of the case is that it does not have a built-in belt loop like many other cases have. Whether or not that is related to the "hard" design of the case is an open question, but if you absolutely are looking for a case that you attach to your belt while shooting, this is not the one to get. For an excellent quality case that has a built-in belt attachment, I recommend one of the Ape Case ACLC10 Zippered Adjustable or Attachable Medium Case for Lenses (Black/Yellow), which note, comes in many sizes.I do, however, wish it said "OLYMPUS" in big yellow letters along the side (all lens manufacturers are missing out on the best marketing opportunity by not boldly and attractively labeling their cases if they even MAKE cases!). Having said that, I would not hesitate to recommend this to any micro 4/3 user, and for the price, it really can't be beaten. Five stars. 5Great lens caseThis is a very nice small lens case that fits Olympus, and possibly other M4/3 lenses, very well. It is well padded on the sides and top, has a firm strong inside bottom, the zipper opens and closes smoothly, it is easy to hold and I have marked each of this type of lens case with a small written tag specifying what lens is inside it and fastened that to the lens case with nothing more than transparent tape.The lens cases are stackable inside my camera bag and I have nothing but good things to say about it. The only thing it lacks is a permanently fixed transparent sleeve for the written tag, but none of the cases I have bought, Olympus or otherwise, have that. 5
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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