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Old 01-06-2020   #1
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Looking for a small belt bag for my Rollei 35...

...and a Sekonic light meter. I'm really enjoying my Rollei 35 SE but I want another way to carry it and a light meter besides sticking both in my pants pocket. I have in mind a belt bag(?) of some kind that I could carry both in and have them ready when I want them. Any suggestions?

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Old 01-06-2020   #2
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OpTech makes a bunch of small neoprene pouches that easily clip to a belt and have a latch to hold them there. Pretty sure this one is the Wide Body Small pouch.

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Does it have to be a pouch that attaches to your belt? You could quite easily use a belt bag / fanny pack / waist bag from anywhere. I rather like the Incase Side Bag. It's big enough to hold a small camera and a roll or two of film, but not much more beyond a slim wallet in the back. Nicely made, too. I carry a Contax T3 or Panasonic LX10 in it.

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TopoDesigns Mini Quick Pack.

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It won't allow you to also fit the Sekonic meter - but the Rollei 35 fits nicely in a Lowepro Z10 pouch. It is what I use to carry and protect the camera when not in use.

There are at least 10 of them for sale on eBay.
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Thank you all who replied! I've got some choices to look at.

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Before you do anything else, hit up your local thrift shops. I find a LOT of nice little cases there. Cases for 1980s and 90s point & shoots are often perfect for a Rollei 35.

I have one of the LowePros, a couple (US-made) Tamracs. Even some of the camera branded ones are very good.
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