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The GoTough CamCase Double Camera Case securely protects two GoPro cameras. Custom molded compartments securely protect any generation of GoPro camera. The CamCam Double Camera Case protect two GoPro cameras and accessories in one compact case. The crush resistant outer shell protects your cameras, while still remaining lightweight. Internal high-impact pre-molded foam keeps cameras and accessories separate, while a protective insert provides additional protection for the lenses of your cameras. An internal mesh pocket offers even more room to stash accessories. Zippered clamshell design offers quick access to the entire interior, and closes securely to keep your gear safe. Perfect compact size to fit in your backpack.

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