Manfrotto Pro Roller Bag 70

Manfrotto Pro Roller Bag 70

Manfrotto Pro Roller Bag 70

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Product Highlights

  • Holds 2 DSLRs, 8 Lenses, 2 Flashes
  • Accommodates 17" Laptop & Tablet
  • Multi-Layered Impact Protection
  • Red Rigid Dividers Provide Structure
  • Side Zippered Pouch & Pocket
  • External Tripod Connection
  • Rain Cover Fits Attached Tripod
  • Water-Repellent Cordura Nylon
  • Retractable Trolley Handle
  • Top, Side & Base Grip Handles
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The Pro Roller Bag 70 from Manfrotto holds two DSLRs with attached lenses such as a 24-70mm and 70-200mm, six additional lenses, and two flashes between touch-fastened red rigid dividers and gray padded flexi-dividers inside the main compartment. The Roller Bag also accommodates a 17" laptop behind a padded divider on the inside of the front flap and an iPad or similar sized tablet inside a zippered pocket on top of the laptop divider. There are numerous interior and exterior pockets and a hideaway tripod holder at the front.

Made from water-repellent Cordura nylon, this Pro bag features a multi-layered construction and a front shield that, along with four shock-absorbing feet, better diverts impact away from the middle of the bag. For further impact protection, the Pro bag features red rigid padded interior dividers that are built to withstand impact within the middle of the bag and maintain the interior shape.

Included inside the Roller Bag is a removable rain cover for extra protection from inclement weather. This Roller Bag can be transported using the retractable trolley handle or the sturdy grip handles at the top, side, and base of the bag.

Pockets

Exterior side zippered pouch
Built-in zippered pocket on side pouch
Two zippered mesh pockets underneath the front flap

Construction

Red rigid dividers provide a thick, shock-absorbing core to withstand impacts; each includes a flexible piece for creating more sections
Hidden front tripod cup drops down from the base
Two hidden quick-release straps inside front secure tripod
Rain cover accommodates tripod while it is attached to the case
UPC: 719821357995
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Manfrotto Pro Roller Bag 70
  • Removable Rain Cover
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Material High-density Cordura nylon
    Type of Closure Zippers, quick-release buckles
    Exterior Dimensions 14.8 x 9.1 x 22.1" / 37.5 x 23.0 x 56.0 cm
    Interior Dimensions Main Compartment: 12.6 x 8.3 x 19.7" / 32.0 x 21.0 x 50.0 cm
    Laptop Compartment: 13.4 x 0.4 x 17.7" / 34.0 x 1.0 x 45.0 cm
    Carrying/Transport Options Retractable trolley handle and wheels, top, side, and base grip handles
    Weight 10.5 lb / 4.8 kg
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    Package Weight 12.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 22.0 x 14.76 x 9.1"
    Pro Roller Bag 70 is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 41.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from good giant bag Tried all the available bags in this size (think tank V2, Tenba Roadie) and this one wins. Getting past the airline checkin means every pound counts and this bag is several lbs lighter than the think tank and one or two lighter than the tenba. One drawback is that this bag is technically 1 inch over the airline standards. I probably would have gone for the tenba if the sides had been stiffer and offered more protection. It holds a ton of stuff. Haven't figured out a comfortable layout with the inserts yet - i'll probably buy stiff dividers from somewhere. the straps that hold the top in place when open aren't adjustable so they are useless.
    Date published: 2015-06-09
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Poor padding, poor pocket layout Not at all what I was expecting. There is hardly any padding in the bottom of the case. The wheels protrude into the case interior. The rails on the handle protrude into the case. Anything I put in the case lays directly on that hardware, with only a thin layer of fabric in between. I can't put a gripped D800 in the case upright and still close the lid properly if I have a laptop in the laptop sleeve. I have to lay the gripped D800 on its side to get the lid to close properly with a laptop in the laptop sleeve. Generally speaking, the pockets are cumbersome. The rain cover is not attached and must be stored in a pocket, thereby reducing the number of available pockets. I've considered returning this case.
    Date published: 2015-10-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Supremely practical. As a professional shooter my gear is ever expanding. I needed something to safely store and transport my compliment of lenses, bodies, laptop etc. This bag fits the bill. Unfortunately, dealing with some serious back issues prevents me from using a photo backpack for long periods of time. This bag solved that. Great use of space, excellent ability to configure the interior dividers and I feel confident about the protection it offers my gear. At first I thought I might look dorky rolling around a camera bag at an event I was shooting, but thankfully I was wrong. No one gave it a second glance. It rolls easily and quietly. In short, its a supremely practical bag.
    Date published: 2015-01-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Let it Roll! Had this thing for about 8 months now. Almost daily, rolling it on cobble stones, icy snow, loaded to the hilt and with stuff on top of it. It can take it all! I'm really impressed. The wheels still rolls buttery smooth. One time I packed this thing so dense, I almost couldn't lift it on to the overhead carry on compartment in a plane. Yes, its carry on able. Even with all this weight and with my other bag on top, it just chugged along. I was really afraid that the wheels will break. One bad thing: The area where you would put your camera body is a very hard protrusion (the handle) with very little cushioning. Just be sure to lay down some cushioning on it before you put your camera there. Easy fix.
    Date published: 2015-03-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth Every Penny! I recently purchased the Pro Roller Bag 70 by Manfrotto due to the fact that I travel quite often for weddings and can't take the strain on my back that most camera bags end up giving. I did research on all of the current rolling bags for photographers and found that most people either have a Think Tank or Lowepro. I have to say I was ready to pull the trigger on the Think Tank but then came across this masterpiece on B&H and do not regret the decision one bit. I love the feel and overall look to it. The roller bag doesn't scream PHOTOGRAPHER to the world. The wheels and pull handle glide like butter. The zippers are large and the front face has a generous amount of padding to protect gear in the event this case flops for whatever reason. Upon opening the case, you are greeted with bright red accents and tight plush foam padding to really hold your gear in place while providing impact absorption. There are zipper pockets for batteries, memory cards, an iPad and a laptop. This case is as functional as it is elegant.
    Date published: 2013-10-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the purchase I've only had the bag for a couple of weeks now but it's already saved my back several times.� Previously I would use a backpack and shoulder bag, but now all my gear fits into this rolling bag. I'm able to attach my shoulder bag to the top and roll all my gear to my shoot location. It rolls easy, zippers are work perfectly, as well as the pull out handle.� It feels sturdy and I suspect this bag will last me several years.� I am also confident that my gear is relatively protected inside and that when I do travel, nothing will get damaged.� I should have no problems traveling with this as my carry on bag either as it's the same size as my regular carry on luggage.
    Date published: 2018-01-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Roller Bag is #1 After looking at a mulitude of different roller bags, I decided on the Manfrotto Pro 70. Let me tell you, this bag holds a ton and does with with class & looks. The best part of this bag.....if you take in on an airline, it doesn't scream Cameras Inside...it looks like a clothes bag on the outside. Once loaded & closed and locked, the outside pockets will carry airline tickets & boarding passes, a magazine and a newspaper for use on the plane. The inside protects your equipment, and I mean protects. Buy this bag...You Won't Be Sorry!!
    Date published: 2014-12-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Terrific Investment I am a longtime Manfrotto fan...all of my light stands and tripods are Manfrotto. I was hesitant at first to purchase this bag simply because of the pricing - but couldn't be any happier and wish I would have bit the bullet sooner! This bag is the perfect size for my lighting gear and leaves room for a few lenses and cameras on top of that. Mine currently houses (4) Canon 600EX-RT flashes, (2) Canon ST-E3-RT transmitters, several Magmod modifiers and gels, an LED light panel, two camera bodies (Canon 5DMK3 and 6D) along with a few lenses and there is still more room for additional accessories. I'm glad I went with the Pro Roller 70 vs the 50 - I definitely needed the extra space. The bag is well made, rolls well, and has excellent padding. Absolutely worth the higher cost!
    Date published: 2016-12-16
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