The Caseling hardcase can fit a 360 camera with room for some essential accessories.
The construction is similar to that of a hardcase for a lens or sunglasses. It’s stiff but not completely rigid.
I find it useful because it has space even for accessories. At the same time, it is still relatively compact.
With the wrist strap attachment, it’s a tight fit. To fit the Theta with the wrist strap attachment, I put the bottom edge first and the Theta is slightly inclined in the case.
I don’t have the official Nano tripod adapter yet, but I believe it will fit the case as well. When I get the official adapter, I’ll update this post.
I got the Nano tripod adapter and not only does it fit inside the Caseling, but the Caseling can actually fit the Nano tripod adapter, the XSories adapter, a Bluetooth remote, and the Nano’s pouch!
In summary, the Caseling is a useful case for 360 cameras. I wish it was completely rigid with a metal shell (like some of my eyeglass cases), but it does add some protection to my cameras. It’s reasonably priced and is an inexpensive and convenient protective case for your 360 camera.
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