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Lowepro Pro Roller x200 Camera Bag (Black)

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  • Exclusive Lock and Go System locks and secures contents of bag via a universal retractable cable and 3-digit combination Travel lock
  • Reserve Pack option allows use of the main camera compartment as an impromptu backpack or to downsize in last-minute scenarios
  • 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: 15.7 x 11.2 x 24.2 inches ; 13.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0027JPW8M
  • Item model number: Pro Roller x200
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 1, 2008

Product Description

Product Description

The Pro Roller X200 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

From the Manufacturer

Pro Roller X200

Description:
The Pro Roller X200 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 and Go System features a combination lock and a retractable cable to keep gear secure. The Pro Roller X200 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 6-8 lenses
  • Accessories
  • Up to 15" notebook
  • Airline carry-on size


Pro Roller X200:

  1.    Exclusive Lock and 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 and Benefits:

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


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The bag is very well made.
V-Ron
If you need a bag to hold a lot of gear especially while traveling this is the bag I would recommend.
Shell6a
Worth every penny, I will buy another one when needed.
D. Tomczak

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By R. Scherrer on March 14, 2010
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This is the perfect travel bag for the serious photographer who has multiple lenses and other paraphernalia to bring along on a trip. The ability to zip off the frame and carry as a backpack is a great option! You can check the frame at the gate on smaller aircraft and still carry on the backpack without having to trust your valuable equipment to the baggage handlers.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By R. Sauder on June 26, 2010
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The Lowe Pro Roller x200 Camera Bag is a very good bag, handling two cameras and about six lenses with flash unit an charger. Also can hold a lap top up to 17" but I would be more inclined to take a smaller size lap top for weight and possibly a less tight fit. There is more protection for the camera gear than the lap top. Also, it wasn't hard to get the bag to go into back pack mode, that was just to unzip a zipper. The problem is, of going back into the roller case is tough! It's a tight squeeze linning up the two zippers, since the roller case isn't that pliable. Also, there is no padding for the backpack straps as with regular Lowe Pro Camera Bags. Other than that, a good bag to get you on the plane & to your hopefully non hiking destination.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By LA Photo Ltd on November 7, 2010
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I got this to replace a Tenba carry-on size case. The Tenba had thicker and more overbuilt dividers and zippers. This one on the other hand is just more useful. Laptop pouch is fine for hauling around, but puts the laptop near the outside of the case and more susceptible to bump damage. If you don't use the laptop portion though, it is a very solid case with room for a week or longer photo trip worth of stuff (4 lenses, 2 bodies, 2 flashes) The screw socket in the handle of the case is a great emergency tripod, or more likely an extra mount location for a remote flash! The kickstand is nice, but not horribly stable. There are more pockets in the Tenba, but this case will fit in all airline overhead bins, while the Tenba had trouble on some (MD-80) bins. The backpack portion of the case is removable. It's there if you need it, but frankly I would not want to haul gear using the backpack for long. If you really need to haul it on your back, a dedicated photo backpack will do a more comfortable job.

UPDATE 3/11: A feature I didn't think was all that important turned out to be very valuable. A fright I had was on regional jet (CRJ900) which has smaller than normal overhead compartments. The option to check a bad with thousands of $ of lenses and cameras was not one I wanted to take. So I simply removed the soft inner backpack portion from the hard shell and was able to fit it in an overhead bin. I was going to check the bag itself, but since almost everyone checked their carryon already, there was plenty of room in the overhead bins, and amazingly the hard outer shell ALSO fit in the overhead bin. Both bag parts just barely squeezed in so the backpack in the hard case configuration would not have fit, but separated they did. As a result not only did I have my camera gear with me in carry-on, but I also got to not wait for my checked carryon unlike most people on the flight.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By KB on August 29, 2011
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I just LOVE this bag! It's designed so well, as is most ALL Lowepro stuff. The rolling action is so smooth. The compartments are perfect for my two bodies, two flashes, 70-200, 24-70, 10-20 & 100 lenses, remote triggers, and many other little accessories. I already consistently use almost every feature on this bag including the cable lock, TSA combo lock, every compartment and accessory pouch, the angled foot, tripod holder on side, in-handle flash mount, you name it. This bag is a must for any location or traveling photog with multiple bodies, flashes and lenses. What a great investment. Thanks again, Lowepro.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By E. Rosenberg on December 7, 2010
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One word...perfect! I'd been lugging my gear around in multiple shoulder bags for a year now. Never could remember what was in what bag. I realized I needed to have a a rolling cart but couldn't see paying a few hundred dollars for it. But, finally broke down and purchased it and I should not have waited so long. The bag is well constructed...take that back, it is a professionally constructed piece of gear. Well thought out, easily customized, and holds a ton of gear - actually glad I didn't get the bigger bag since fully loaded this one is just right and any more weight you really should consider not taking that much stuff! I used it a month ago to shoot a 30-year reunion. Rolled in, found the D.J., parked the bag in this area so he could watch it and spent the night shooting and coming back for battery changes, lens swaps, etc. End of night packed it all up and rolled home! So, even if you don't intend on using this for airplane travel, it's a great setup just for around-town shoots. Everything is there, throw it in the trunk and you're good to go. As I said, why did I wait so long....
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 14, 2012
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I am impressed. This bag exceeded expectations on a trip cross country by airplane. I have to admit I was a bit nervous. The bag fit no problem inside the plane including in a smaller bin on an American Airlines Boeing MD-80, a slimmer plane with only two seats on one side and the usual 3 on the other. The bag fit in the bin over the two seats albeit sideways. In a regular overhead bin, the bag fits perfectly straight in (wheels towards the window), taking the least amount of space possible. I flew with this on Delta as well with no issues and had a roomier bin than AA meaning I had room to spare. A reviewer scared me with the Delta only allows 22" bags, etc. but honestly, no one even took note. The Lowepro 200 is NOT the biggest carryon I saw people with. Note: this probably won't fit on a small commuter plane although like I said, it fit sideways in the smaller MD-80 bin so it might. And you can actually take the inside out which holds the camera equipment and use it like a backpack. That would probably fit in a small overhead bin or at your feet.

Inside the case, I packed a Sony FS-100, a Sony VG-20, 2 zoom lens, 1 prime lens, two portable LED lights with flex stands, both external mics, a lavalier mic with transmitters, 4 large Sony NP-F970 batteries, chargers for both cameras, a 13" Macbook Pro, a dozen flash cards, headphones the FS-100 hand grip & mic mount and a 10 foot XLR cable. And a sheaf of releases and other paperwork. Was it heavy? Yes, but the airlines did not check the weight because the bag is not large. It was not bulging in the least. And the wheels roll quietly and smoothly. I was a bit worried about the external tripod mount but it held a Manfrotto 755XB and the 701HDV head firmly and wheeling throughout the airport was smooth and effortless.
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