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Fujifilm introduces three new cases for the Z-Series cameras

Fujifilm introduces three new camera cases that are specially designed for the Z-Series digital cameras. The TRE is made of black nylon and comes with color-coordinated snap-on wrist straps, in black, pink, or blue. The BULLET is a black nylon shell that has a silver reflective trim and an accent loop that completes the look. The black nylon CUBO case has Z branding on the front, and a black plastic carabineer on the back to clip onto a belt loop or purse. The cases will retail for $14.99 each and will be available in August...

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Ckeck out the current  Fujifilm camera casesThree New Cases Perfectly Suit Ultra-Compact, Trendsetting Z-Series Digital Cameras

FUJIFILM U.S.A., Inc. today introduced new fashionable, fitted cases that are specially designed to protect and complement the stylish Z-Series digital cameras, such as the colorful Fujifilm FinePix Z20fd which is available in Ice Blue, Hot Pink, Jet Black and Wasabi Green.  

The cases come in three unique styles:

TRE
Made of black nylon with a mesh overlay design, the fitted TRE camera case comes with color-coordinated snap-on wrist straps, in black patent, pink patent, or blue patent, which is ideal for pairing up with a colorful Z20 digital camera.  It can also be worn on the hip with a silver clip-on carabineer.

BULLET
A black nylon shell that sports a peek-a-boo cutout to show off the encased Z20's brilliant coloring, the BULLET has a silver reflective trim and an accent loop that completes the look. The compact BULLET also fits nicely into a purse or pocket.

CUBO
Made of black nylon with a mesh overlay, the CUBO is decorated with a two-tone (black/grey trim) neoprene insert. The case has Z branding on the front, and a black plastic carabineer on the back, making it easy to clip onto a belt loop or purse.  

"We've found that today's stylish camera owners in tune with our Z-Series lineup want their cameras to be as fashionably dressed as they are," said Melanie McNichol, product manager, Electronic Imaging Division, Fujifilm U.S.A., Inc.  "With these new cases, Fujifilm customers will be able to accessorize and protect their camera according to their own personal style."  

The cases will retail for $14.99 each and will be available in August 2008.

Additional information: Ckeck out the current  Fujifilm camera cases
July 3, 2008
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