Every stitch is done by hand and the entire case is made from Australian vegetable tanned leather with suede lining.
I’m working on refining a design for a small case to hold the X100 and maybe a couple of batteries and I wanted to share the thought-process I go through.
In my quest to make a leather case for every possible thing I can find, I made this sleeve that fits 2 Fujifilm X100 spare batteries.
This is the second version I made of a Fujifilm X100S half case. It’s a no-chimping leather case! The back screen is permanently covered so you spend less time peaking and more time shooting.
I made this half case out of kangaroo leather with pigskin suede lining the inside. It takes about one day to finish because every stitch, cut and fold is meticulously done by hand.
A second prototype of a leather half case. This time I used cow leather with black suede lining and it has a finger strap attached to the case. Any traditional straps can be attached to the leather loops, if needed. … Continued
This leather half case is the result of many prototypes and it’s the first one that’s ready for some more testing before I make the changes that I’m planning for the second revision. I made the case by hand from … Continued
This might be the world’s smallest camera strap for the Pentax K-01?! Since it’s too thick to add any snaps or buckles, I decided to sew it on permanently. To get it off, you… have to cut it to pieces.