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Lowepro Pro Roller AW Tripod Included

4.6 out of 5 stars 134 customer reviews
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  • Pro Roller Mini Capacity: Pro SLR with attached 80¿200mm f/2.8 lens, an extra body, 4 more lenses and accessories; and/or medium format
  • The mult-format insert is completely customizable and removable
  • Ample storage space including inner and outer pockets, plus top and front attachment systems for extra cases.
  • Fits in most airplane overhead compartments, and includes top and side leather-wraped, padded handles for easy carrying and lifting
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  • ASIN: B018KXG8RC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (134 customer reviews)
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By Talvi TOP 100 REVIEWER on November 3, 2010
Grip Type: L Verified Purchase
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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Grip Type: XS Verified Purchase
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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Grip Type: XS Verified Purchase
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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By Gene N on November 7, 2010
Grip Type: XS Verified Purchase
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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Grip Type: XS Verified Purchase
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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