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Tamrac Introduces the Speedroller Case

Tamrac has introduced the SpeedRoller International rolling luggage case, a case designed to fit in most overhead bins, yet it holds a larger amount of camera gear. 

Tamrac said the new case is sized to fit in overhead bins at 14 x 9 x 22-inches. On the inside, it can hold two Pro DSLRs with lenses attached and associated gear, such as extra lenses, charging system and batteries.

Customizable dividers make sure the gear is separated and safe from scratches, bumps and other mishaps. A padded 17-inch laptop sleeve protects a computer as well.

The bag is priced at $349.95.

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