The half cases for Leica M10 from Oberwerth are made of the finest leather following traditional craftmanship and loving handwork. They are of the highest precision and protect your valuable camera like a second skin.
The outer leather surface and the inner suede leather case are perfectly coordinated. The perfect fit is also guaranteed by a specially processed metal reinforcement that maintains the shape for years to come. Of course, our half cases are vegetablely tanned ensuring highest quality to protect your camera properly.
The perfect fit also allows the operation of all control elements and an unobstructed view of the screen.
The half cases from Oberwerth have a molded and perfectly shaped handle as a standard and integrated element.
Oberwerth always offers their half cases in a “closed” and an “open”version or in other words with or without flaps in the bottom. These function by the help of an access door folding out and snapping back in place. This allows unhindered access to the batteries and sd card if the customer decides for the open version.
The Leica M10 Half Case is fastened by a durable ¼” screw in the floor of the half case, which has again an integrated tripod mount. This way, the photographer can use the camera without the need of removing the case when using a tripod.
|Classic Leather||The vegetable-tanned, full-grain cowhide leather has a unique feel. It is through-dyed and alive. The leather is pure nature and has a unique charisma. Over time, it develops a very personal patina. Suitable for all bags and straps of the Classic Line fro|
|Casual Leather||A milled, full-grain cowhide with unique tanning. Natural unevenness and grain injuries as well as the velvety soft feel and lively charisma make this leather unique.|
|Light Line Leather||A soft and supple cowhide leather, which gets its soft feel through repeated fine processing. Barrel dyeing and semi-aniline finishing ensure the fascinating naturalness of the leather.|
|Water Resistant Leather||In the past, leather was protected against water by grease. In addition, a chemical impregnation was applied before first use. The hydrophobic leather, on the other hand, is treated during the tanning process in such a way that it is naturally water-resis|