Manfrotto Introduces New Carry-On Trolley Bags

Manfrotto has introduced four new carry-on trolley bags to its Pro Light Reloader collection. These include the Pro Light Reloader Air-55, Air-50, Pro Light Reloader Switch-55 and Pro Light Reloader Spin-55.

Manfrotto said the Air-55 and Air-50 are standard trolley cases, while the Switch and Spin are the higher end bags with more features.

Switch-55

Switch-55

The Pro Light Reloader Switch-55 is similar to the Air-55, but in addition to working as a rolling carry-on case, it can also be turned into a backpack by taking a set of integrated shoulder straps out of its front pocket.

The Pro Light Reloader Spin-55 features four wheels instead of the two on the other Pro Light Reloader cases. This gives the bag the ability to spin freely on the ground, whether you're running through the airport or on-location at a shot.

The bag features a polycarbonate shell and a nylon insert that can be removed if needed. It features a front access compartment on the outside of the bag as well as multiple internal zippered pockets for additional accessories.

The bags range in price from $329 to $399.

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