LIM’S Sony A7rII / A7II Half Case Review
If you’re thinking about adding an extra layer of protection to your Sony A7r II, then a half case might be a good idea.
I use leather cases on almost all my mirrorless cameras and have loved every one of them. The LIM’S genuine leather half case is no exception
The LIM’S Leather Cases for the Sony A7rII is made very well. They come in lots of funky colors but I ended up with the black and red. The case does add a bit of weight to the camera but also gives it a solid, protected feel.
Aluminum 6061 Base
Suede Chamude Inside
LIM’S Leather Case Red Stitching A7rII, A7II, A7sII – (Amazon)
If they don’t have any on Amazon you can check out their website – LIM’S Design
I’m not really sure where you would get these if Amazon doesn’t offer them. They’re from Korea.
What I Love
Fantastic built quality. The materials are all very high end and the assembly is very solid.
Protects the camera from scratches and wear and tear from tripods.
The red stitching.
The matte aluminum base plate.
The Suede interior.
Love the price.
What I Don’t Like
Although I really love the black and red, I wish they made a few more generic designs.
LIM’S Case vs Gariz Case
Both cases have a great feel. I’ve only used the Gariz Alcantara case on my Sony A7rII which I wasn’t a fan of. But I do like the regular Gariz leather material and use them on a few other cameras.
The Gariz and LIM’S case is very similar. It almost feels like a designer left Gariz and started working for LIM’S.
Gariz has the ability to attach a strap to the base plate with special strap hooks, but I never use that and actually prefer the clean matte aluminum base plate on the LIM’S.
LIM’S Leather Case Images – Sony A7II / A7rII/ A7sII
The lens you see is the Voigtlander 15mm Heliar III with the Voigtlander Leica M to E-Mount adapter. The strap is the Hard Graft Re-Process.