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|Material||1680D ballistic nylon, 1000D striped nylon|
|Type of Closure||Zipper|
|Exterior Dimensions||15.4 x 9.0 x 23.2" / 39.2 x 22.9 x 59.9 cm|
|Interior Dimensions||12.9 x 6.2 - 7.7 x 20.1" / 32.8 x 16.0 - 19.5 x 51.0 cm|
|Carrying/Transport Options||Hard-shell exterior: trolley handle with wheels, side and top grip handles
Removable interior: backpack harness, top grip handle
|Weight||12.7 lb / 5.8 kg|
Overall this a brilliantly thought-out case which perfectly fulfils the jet-set photographer niche, and with all the dividers removed can be used as a regular case too.
Well built, lots of space, built-in lock, removeable inner section
The bag is stitched by LowePro with serious quality and construction making this one a durable and rugged camera bag. Most photographers won't have to worry about this one failing halfway through traveling and the universal appeal makes it a great bag for photographers of all skill levels.
Compact size makes it a nice carry on, Customizable insert creates universal appeal, Additional storage and compartments great for extra items, High quality styling and construction
Too small for bulky lens
Please note tha the Lowepro Pro Roller x200 has been upgraded to the Lowepro Pro Roller x200 AW. At the recent PhotoPlus Expo in New York City, I as usual spent a lot of time in the Lowepro booth checking out (drooling over) their always-excellent gear.
The Lowepro Pro Roller x200 is an option to the recently reviewed Think Tank Airport International roller bag. How does the Lowepro measure up to the fine bag from Think Tank that we enjoyed to use? Find out in this quick review.
Coming from a Lowepro 350 AW, this one is an upgrade for me! has a lot of dividers that you can freely manage and arrange, can put 3 bodies with lens attached and 2 flash easily, roller is good and smooth, i dont mind if the laptop compartment in front is without zippers, wish it has the long...
I purchased my Pro Roller in 2014 and have loved it. Being able to configure the way it can be packed is very important to me. The wheels roll over grass just as well as pavement. Having handles on three sides is also very handy when loading it into my car.
Think Tank makes great products, but I could not justify the price of the Airport Security 3, so I opted for the Lowepro x200. This is a well-constructed bag with solid zippers, nice handle, plenty of room and dividers.
I have many Lowe products and, without exception, been very pleased. Until now. The Lowe 200 roller seems of good quality materials, until you open up the case and try to figure out why the back is ribbed so deeply when you'd expect a flat surface.
I was tired of carrying my gear in. a shoulder bag, it was too heavy with my gear that I travel with. So I wanted a airline carry-on qualified roller. This unit is that, it hold my gear. Canon 1dx mk II, 5 lenses, batteries, monopod etc.
So happy to roll my photography equipment rather than carry
I have had the Pro Roller for two years now and I could not be happier with the performance and durability of the bag. I bought this for my photography business so I could use just one bag for all my gear. It has been great for me. I would buy another one in a heart beat.
I have used the Lowepro Pro Roller x200 bag for many years as a Press Photographer. I have bashed it, dropped it, sat on it and stood in the pouring rain and hot dusty deserts and it has kept all my gear safe and sound.
Owned it for a while now, and this roller bag is an excellent choice.It's well made and durable Big enough for all my gear and small enough for cabin carry-on.This bag has become as important as the stuff he is carrying. !
I've been using backpacks and messenger bags for quite some time, but because of the amount of equipment I have to carry to certain places, they can be quite heavy and hard to manage.