Manfrotto Pro-Light Rolling Lighting Gear Organizer (Extra Large)

Manfrotto Pro-Light Rolling Lighting Gear Organizer (Extra Large)

Manfrotto Pro-Light Rolling Lighting Gear Organizer (Extra Large)

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Product Highlights

  • For 2 Lighting Kits & 6 Master Stands
  • Exterior 44.9" Length
  • Front Zip Lid Closure
  • Front Exterior Zip Pocket
  • Two Interior Lid Zip Pockets
  • Padded Touch-Fastened Dividers
  • Water-Repellent Exterior
  • Camera Protection System
  • Side & Top Grip Handles
  • Two Rear Transport Wheels
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This extra large-sized water-repellent Pro-Light Rolling Lighting Gear Organizer from Manfrotto holds six Master Stands, two flash heads and two reflectors between padded, touch-fastened dividers inside the zippered main compartment, which is 44.9" long. For accessories, there is a front exterior zip pocket, and two interior zippered lid pockets. You can carry the bag using the side grip handle or the two rear transport wheels and the top grip handle.

Interior Camera Protection System provides extra protection for vulnerable gear in the center of the bag and is comprised of 3D shock-absorbing foam with structural reinforcement board that is surrounded by soft brushed-fabric for cushioning
A specially applied coating to the fabric makes it resistant to moisture
UPC: 719821374657
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Manfrotto Pro-Light Rolling Lighting Gear Organizer (Extra Large)
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty Extension with Online Registration
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    • 1Description
    Material Nylon, synthetic fabrics
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Exterior Dimensions 44.9 x 17.7 x 11.8" / 114 x 45 x 30 cm
    Interior Dimensions 42.5 x 15.75 x 9.5" / 108 x 40 x 24 cm
    Carrying/Transport Options Top and side grip handles, transport wheels
    Weight 14.4 lb / 6.5 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 17.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 45.5 x 18.25 x 12.0"
    Pro-Light Rolling Lighting Gear Organizer (Extra Large) is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 19.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Holds a lot and great for hauling multiple stations but... I loved the idea of this case and the fact it holds pretty much an entire station if shooting schools. However, the inside velcro does not hold well. I am constintly having to reposition. If they light stands are not inside, then the long boarder falls in. Also, I am 6 foot. And for me to take this out of my vehicle holding it on each long side is hard. Not sure how shorter people would do it without dragging it up and down into the vehicle. I wish I could get stands stackable and just small enough to fit into the side. This extra large one just barely holds the 12' Manfroto stands. All in all it has its pros and cons.
    Date published: 2015-09-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great case, small hiccups First off: It's high-quality, high-capacity case. So far this has been a great case. I am using it to move all my camera support, grip, and electric gear. So 2 tripods, a monopod, light stands extension cords, audio cables, and a variety of clamps and light modifiers. All that stuff is heavy, and my biggest critique is the bag needs more handles so I can get two hands on the long edge for hoisting into the car. I also wish it had come with more dividers for organizing. If I am going on a shoot where I'm not bringing lights (and stands), I can fit my whole production kit in this case. But I have to cannibalize dividers from other cases.
    Date published: 2015-08-31
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not up to the task I notice a lot of the reviews here are quite new. I wonder if those folks will have a different view in a few more months. My case started failing in about 6 months. The rivets fell out of the corner/wheel sections and the plastic there started to rip. So now the wheels are literally falling off. The nylon exterior has also torn in A couple of places along the seams. I was really happy with the bag at first. It is well designed and light, but it just doesn't stand up to daily use. Be careful Manfrotto will only replace (not refund), so if you are looking at substantial daily use 50lb +, go for a flight case.
    Date published: 2015-09-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing bag I love this bag. I have a manfrotto rolling computer/backpack for my lenses and cameras, and then all my tripods, light, cables, etc fit into this Manfrotto bag. It's lightweight but tough and easy to move lots of gear around. I shoot in NYC, and I can fit everything into this bag and then throw it in the back of a taxi. It's cut down on my need for assistants to transport gear to the office. When fully loaded it gets really heavy, and you wouldn't want to roll it much further than in and out of a car (ie, don't take it on the subway). It would be easy to make it too heavy for airline luggage.
    Date published: 2016-10-30
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Could Have Been Great So Easily I looked around for a one case solution for taking our lighting on the road and finally decided there really isn't one, at least for what I was willing to spend. Perhaps some of the Lightware stuff, but it's so pricey!.Anway - I really like the overall interior volume of this case. It holds a ton of stuff. I'm using it for three Buff Einstein heads, two Buff Vagabond mini battery packs, various mixes of 3-4 light stands, cables, grids, power cords, wireless triggers, clamps and other accessories, barn doors, gels, reflectors, color/exposure checkers, and even a couple umbrellas at times. It really does hold all that. But it's HEAVY when it's fully loaded.Sounds great, huh? Well, it could have been. A few stumbles keep this from being the great case that it could have been. And it would be so easy for Manfrotto to do a better job. Not sure why they cut corners. The problems:1) The hook and loop material is a total joke in this bag. Doesn't hold worth anything. Meaning, I pretty much have to keep the case reasonably full - even when I don't need to take much gear on a shoot - or the dividers start falling out of place. Manfrotto seriously needs to simply look at a case with strong dividers and follow suit. Portabrace is a great example of dividers done well with super grippy hook and loop. Improving this should be a no-brainer and couldn't cost hardly anything to do. I really wonder if they've used their own case?2) Not enough dividers are included. On the side where I put the light heads and smaller items, it would be very handy to have a few more dividers and even various sized dividers to separate small accessories, etc. I re-used an extra divider from a Portabrace case to help, but it's hook and loop isn't made for the Manfrotto case at all, so that's an issue. Also using a small plastic tub within the overall case to further separate and divide the last remaining, too large area after using up all the provided dividers. Of course, this issue may not be an issue for everyone as it depends on your specific equipment. But, again, the additional cost of a few more dividers would have been negligible.3) Lastly, though the case's interior space is quite roomy, the overall length just BARELY fits their own stands, specifically the Manfrotto Alu Master Air-Cushioned Stand (Black,12') (B&H # MA1004BAC). I have to push down really hard on the stands to push them in almost more than they naturally want to in order to get the stands to still just squeeze into the case. An extra, measly 1/2-1 in length would make loading and unloading much quicker. Our Westcott stands actually go in easier than their own brand.Overall, I have enjoyed using the case. We haven't had it long enough for it to have been out much yet. As a government photographer, I don't do tons of location work, but it has made doing so easier overall. I just wish these minor items had been done better. With such a tiny amount of improvement, the case could be a 5-star!
    Date published: 2015-10-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tons of Storage! Initially opening the shipping box I was floored by the size of this case. It easily holds 4 Manfrotto 1005 BAC 107 stands with mounting studs attached, 3 Alien Bee, B800 lights, vagabond Mini, 7in. reflectors, cables, cords, umbrellas, etc., with a ton of room left over. The interior dividers can be changed to fit your specific need. It is well built with sturdy zippers and wheels and even has a large exterior storage pocket on the exterior. I definitely recommend this item to anyone looking for an organizer to transport lighting equipment to local shoots.
    Date published: 2015-05-03
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from I would not buy again. I have had this bag for about a year and this bag just does not work. The divider system is extremely poor. The velcro is not strong enough to hold the dividers in place. No matter how you set it up, all of your expensive strobes end up in one big pile at the bottom of the bag...It should have been constructed with foam inserts or much larger/stronger velcro tabs. I'm extremely disappointed with Manfrotto...Not up to PRO standards.
    Date published: 2016-08-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not bad slightly pricey My biggest clomplaint off the bat is how weak the velcros are on the interior sections. My other gripe is that it flexes a little too much if you start putting heavy weight on it so it gives it a flimsy feel when you put expensive gear in it.
    Date published: 2015-10-25
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