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Lowepro Pro Roller x100 Camera Bag (Black)

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  • Exclusive Lock and Go System locks and secures contents of bag
  • Reserve Pack option allows use of the main camera compartment as an impromptu backpack
  • Retractable TelePod Handle reinforced with neoprene operates with left or right buttons; padded handle provides extra comfort.
  • Lowepro-exclusive threaded camera mount on handle turns the handle into an impromptu platform for lighting
  • Hideaway Tripod Mount provides attachment loop for tripod holder to secure a tripod or monopod to the front of the bag.
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Technical Details

  • weatherproof

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 11.2 x 20 inches ; 10.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 20 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0027JM3B6
  • Item model number: Pro Roller x100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,353 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 1, 2008

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Pro Roller X100

Description:
The Pro Roller X100 is a hardworking mobile studio-with a few inventive surprises built into its modern design. Airport-friendly and super-secure, it holds a notebook, and is filled with refined yet practical features, such as the Reserve Pack-a camera backpack that zips out of the hard case when a photographer needs to downsize. A zippered front panel secures the hard case for check-in or storage while the Reserve Pack is in use. The exclusive Lock & Go System features a combination lock and a retractable cable to keep gear secure. The Pro Roller X100 is a true companion for the photographer who needs to get gear safely and easily to each assignment.

Hardware Capacity:
1-2 pro DSLRs with grip plus 4-6 lenses; accessories, up to 14" notebook; airline carry-on size

Pro Roller X100:

  1.    Exclusive Lock & Go System
    A retractable cable connects universally to an official Travel Sentry lock (recognized by TSA) and secures all components and pockets with one streamline system

  2.    Reserve Pack
    Provides a dual carrying option. Use as an impromptu backpack or to downsize in last-minute scenarios where a smaller aircraft requires smaller dimensions for carry-on

  3.    Retractable TelePod Handle
    Features left-right operating buttons and threaded camera mount which turns handle into an impromptu tripod-like platform for shooting or lighting

  4.    Wheels with custom housings
    Are removable and replaceable with an Allen wrench

  5.    SlipLock attachment loops
    Expand carrying options for add-on accessories

  6.    Practical and plentiful interior organization
    Offers multiple ways to customize kit via adjustable, padded dividers; see-through zippered pockets; 4 memory card pockets; and a removable cord management pouch

  7.    Hideaway prop foot
    Allows bag to be placed at a 30-45 degree angle in a stable position

Additional Features & Benefits:

  • Hideaway Tripod Mount: Secures a tripod two ways-at front or side of Pro Roller x-Series

Airline carry-on compatible

Product Description

Lowepro’s Pro Roller x100 blends the refined look of fine luggage with the hardworking functionality of a mobile studio. This is no ordinary camera roller! Airline-compatible, it delivers the ultimate in security and organization-along with a full set of inventive, appealing features. Secure contents with our exclusive Lock and Go System, a universal, retractable cable that connects to a 3-digit combination lock (accepted by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration) [TSA]. Use the retractable TelePod Handle as a makeshift working lightstand via an integrated camera mount. Premium wheels are removable and replaceable. And photographers who travel for assignments will appreciate Lowepro’s innovative Reserve Pack as an alternative carrying option. Unzip the bottom to reveal an impromptu camera backpack-or to downsize in last-minute scenarios where a regional or smaller airline requires smaller carry-on dimensions. Refined in design, feature-rich and designed to function seamlessly, the Pro Roller x-Series is truly a new class of camera rollers.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

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It's made well and is very well padded.
Pat
They all fit nicely in the bag and it fits in the overhead on most planes.
eddie
The pull handle feels a little flimsy, but it seems to hold up.
Pete Miles

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

49 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Talvi TOP 100 REVIEWER on November 3, 2010
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Adding to the review 3/2012: The handle is now nearly unusable. Takes a LOT of effort to get it up or down. I've caught the skin of my finger in it twice now, causing me to bleed at the airport TSA line, which is problematic. Everything else about the bag has lasted (though I never could use the tripod holder feature -it's a stupid design nor could I ever fit my laptop safely in this (the outer pockets are nearly useless)) including the roller wheels. I've taken this on 15 international flights (Europe, US, Australia) and all over location shooting, surf, sand, forests, deserts, just fine. But the problem with the handle has made this nearly unusable for me. I will be purchasing a Think Tank for the next trip later this year. I can't live with a bag that causes me injury and that doesn't have a working handle.

Adding to the 10/2011: I've now used this bag for a year - taking it from Vancouver to Helsinki to Australia and all over the US. Not one item has broken and it still looks excellent and clean - no smudges, tears and just a bit of wear on the back bottom by the wheels. My chief complaints remain: the handles require two hands to push two buttons to lower it - VERY annoying and an unneeded frustration since I am always carrying something else (and they over time they are getting harder to use). That particular issue means I will not be purchasing this case again and will find one with a more user-friendly handle. The other issue is that lack of good tripod holder. The attached cup was pointless and an extra part to get lost. And the front pockets are useless and bulge out unecessarily despite not being able to carry anything (certainly NOT a laptop!). I've had to buy a separate bag for my laptop.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Julius T. Santos on December 30, 2010
After traveling with a Lowepro Backpack for the last two years, I finally gave in and decided to get a rolling bag. I should have bought one years ago.

The Lowepro X100 is a fantastic piece of equipment for someone that travels a lot and doesn't want the hassle of having to carry all their gear in a backpack. Going through airports is a breeze and being able to just toss it in an airline overhead compartment is a big plus.

I recently returned from a trip to San Francisco and packed the bag with the following equipment:

1D MIV with a 70-200 f2.8 L II lens attached
1Ds MII body
24-105 f4
16-35 f2.8
100 f2.8
580 EX flash
2 additional batteries

I just wish that there was a little more room for my laptop to store it in the bag itself instead of trying to squeeze it in to the front compartment. This could have easily been accomplished if they had shorter dividers similar to what Think Tank produces.

Overall....a fantastic travel companion and highly recommended.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Whiteside on July 13, 2010
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This bag has the internal compartments to keep your camera and lenses safe when you travel to the next job. It's a little pricey but you can't beat the protection. If you are lugging your $3000+ camera body around in a regular suitcase, you should really upgrade to this bag. It is very good quality and the internal padding/storage compartments are cheap insurance for your investments. I used to use a regular suitcase and things would knock around a bit. This keeps everything in its own compartment without a lot of additional bulk.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By BobShap on October 28, 2010
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I have been through dozens and dozens of cases, bags, etc in my lifetime. I am not a professional but have been active in photography now going on 70 years since my first camera. I speak from tons of experience. I have my favorite small carry case and an almost favorite medium one but never had a favorite that was large enough to carry much of what I need on a normal photo outing. Now I do.

Plenty of space that you can design at will. Easy to load, wheels work perfectly, lifts easily to the trunk of my car. Not a shoulder bag of course although it has an untried back pack built-in. I never was a fan of back-packs although I have had a few. The front opening coupled with the pop-out angular support is really nice in the field although I tend to just let it down on its back.

I bought the smallest of the 3 models which accomodates a Panasonic G1 and extra lens, a Panasonic DMC-FZ35, lots of accessories, 3 removable shoulder straps and a chest strap type that holds 2 items, s small flash, Nikon Monarch binoculars(for birding), extra batteries, tri-pod head for monopod, tripod attachment for binoculars, reading glasses, bug spray and lots of little stuff with nothing getting lost or jammed.

My only complaint is that the pocket in the front supposedly for a small notebook computer, isn't really large enough to handle even papers without problem so it has gone unused except for my jamming a small collapsable monopod into it with some still sticking out. Luckily carrying a computer is not a requirement for me otherwise this model would not be right. The key however is how easily it pulls or pushes on rough terrain and it does that job well.
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