I'm a fan of A&A's camera bags and straps since I saw them for the first time in Tokyo perhaps 7 years back. I've been using an ACAM-3000 since then and the worn canvas look and lack of big branding makes it a nice stealthy looking bag.
Recently I have been drawn to small camera cases when I want to travel with a normal bag and have a small area to store a Leica M with a lens. Or a Sony RX1 with a spare battery. ACAM-61 does that nicely. So it was this one day when I was out looking for another ACAM-61 that I came across a new style case called ACAM-75.
Its basically a roll top version of a single camera pouch with a firm elastic band to keep not close. I guess there are cases when a zipper too would be more convenient and times when roll top would be better.
The fabric is canvas. Not as thick as the bags but still feeling strong. As usual A&A's workmanship is impeccable. No complaints there. No loose threads and it is made in Japan. I went with the red colour so it will not go missing inside a larger bag. Padding is not excessive and there doesn't seem to be any rough edges on the inside to scuff up a camera over the long term.
It fits a Leica M snugly. RX1 will move around a bit since it is smaller but the elastic band solves that issue when secured. there are no rubber feet on the bottom, which I guess is more practical than aesthetically pleasing so not a big problem.
No complaints over this case. I like the design, though time till tell if it is more practical for me compared to the zippered cases. We shall see.