Manfrotto has introduced the Pro Light Reloader–55 Photo Roller bag, a carry-on size camera roller designed to give videographers a protective, comfortable and stylish bag to travel and work with.
Manfrotto said the Pro Light Reloader-55 is built to carry typical pro DSLR camera sets (three bodies with eight lenses), super-tele DSLR sets or a camcorder with lighting kit. It can hold, for example, a disassembled Canon C100 video camera with two lights.
The bag is suitable as carry-on luggage for most airlines. When it’s time to shoot, the roller becomes a workstation, with gear and accessories visible and in reach.
The low profile design handle securely holds the bag, leaving more space for the gear. Inside, dividers provide shock absorption and vibration reduction. The bag can handle full day long video shoots on intercontinental assignments.
The outside of the bag is made of water-repellent Pro Light Rip-Stop nylon fabric, ensuring reliable protection from external shock and extreme weather conditions.
The corners and bottom of the bag are designed to resist wear.
Large 84mm wheels ensure comfort and extensive mileage, and users can easily replace wheels when needed. A built-in TSA-approved combination zipper lock ensures a hassle-free travel experience through TSA partner airports.
The Pro Light Reloader-55 features independent padded pockets for a 17-inch laptop and 10-inch tablet outside the equipment compartment, so they can quickly be taken out at security without opening the main zipper. The bag also carries a tripod and comes with a rain cover to keep its contents dry in the rainy season.
The Pro Light Reloader-55 is priced at $388.99.
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