Manfrotto Pro Light Reloader-55 camera roller bag is an international
carry-on size* camera roller designed for professional photographer and
videographer who is looking for a protective, comfortable & stylish
bag to travel with.
It fits typical DSLR camera sets (e.g. 3
bodies with 8 lenses), super-tele DSLR set (e.g. 1 body with 400mm f/2.8
lens attached and 3 more lenses) & camcorder with lighting set
(e.g. disassembled Canon C100 with 2 light kits). It is designed to fit
in most international airline carry-on requirement*.
You don’t need to worry the safety of your equipment if they are always near you.
4-stage handle to give more space
for the gear while maintaining a good strength. Smart divider design
enables the bag to be fully customized to fit your shooting needs, no
matter it is a full day photo shoot, video assignment, intercontinental
job or just your own holiday trip.
High quality Pro Light Rip-Stop nylon fabric with water repellent treatment
are used to construct the outer shell of the bag to provide solid
protection to the gear from external shock & extreme weather
condition. Special attention is also put to the corners & the bottom
to resist wear down.
The wheels are made by TPU+ABS material that ensure comfort & long lasting wheeling. The standard 84mm bearing wheels can be easily replaced by user. User can also choose from the market their ideal rollerblade-type wheels.
The red-colour dividers are made by specially shaped foam to form a
Manfrotto Protection System (CPS) around the gears to provide shock
absorbing & vibration reduction protection.
Build-in TSA-approved combination zipper lock ensures a hassle-free travel experience through TSA partnered airport.
Independent padded pockets for 17” laptop & 10” tablet are positioned outside the equipment zone. They can be taken out quickly on the baggage check point without bothering the main zipper. It can carry a tripod and comes with a rain cover.
*Based on comparing the dimension of the bag to airline’s requirements
written on website. Check with your airline for current carry-on
requirements. Test it with the baggage gauge before check-in.
Overloading will expand the roller and preventing it to be inserted to