Manfrotto Expands Pro Light Reloader Collection

Manfrotto has introduced a range of photographic trolleys called the Pro Light Reloader Collection. Consisting of six carry-on sized trolleys, the collection affords users lightness, protection and durability.

The Manfrotto Pro Light Reloader Collection was designed with the needs of professional videographers and photographers in mind. When traveling to assignment locations, it is essential to securely transport high-value equipment with the peace of mind that it is perfectly protected.

The Pro Light Reloader Collection offers one-of-a-kind security, compact size and light weight. All models comply with international airline restrictions for carry-on luggage.

The collection consists of six models, each featuring protection of gear thanks to the Manfrotto Protection System; peace of mind when traveling on assignments and ultra-compact and light design.

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