Lowepro PhotoStream RL 150 Roller (Black)

Lowepro PhotoStream RL 150 Roller (Black)

Lowepro PhotoStream RL 150 Roller (Black)

B&H # LOPLR150R MFR # LP37019
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Product Highlights

  • Holds 1-2 DSLR Bodies & 8 Lenses/Flashes
  • Customizable, Touch-Fastening Dividers
  • Dedicated Hinged Panel for 15" Laptop
  • Two Stretch-Mesh Zippered Pockets
  • Side Tripod Mount
  • Molded EVA Front Panel/Lockable Zippers
  • Padded Top & Side Grab Handles
  • Aluminum Trolley Handle
  • Long-Lasting Vibration-Absorbing Wheels
  • 7.3" Depth Allows for Easy Air Travel
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Wheel your gear around in style in the lightweight, durable black PhotoStream RL 150 Roller from Lowepro. Designed to hold 1-2 professional DSLR camera bodies, and up to 8 different lenses or speedlights, the main compartment features multiple touch-fastening dividers to customize your bag according to your gear. A 15" laptop can be stored in the dedicated hinged compartment that allows for smooth airport security visits. Two stretch-mesh zippered pockets on the underside of the roller's lid allow for organization of small photography or personal items. A side tripod mount allows for external transport of a small or medium sized tripod.

A molded EVA front panel and locking zippers provide additional protection when traveling. Transporting your gear is made easier when the top or side padded grab handles are utilized. An aluminum trolley handle, long-lasting vibration-absorbing wheels, and its 7.3" depth allows for convenient air travel.

UPC: 056035370199
In the Box
Lowepro PhotoStream RL 150 Roller (Black)
  • 2 x Large Touch-Fastening Padded Dividers
  • 9 x Small Touch-Fastening Padded Dividers
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Lowepro RL 150 specs

    Material 210D Nylon
    Poly 600D PU
    Poly 1680D PU
    Poly 200D PU
    Mesh B2046
    Tricot
    PE Foam
    Type of Closure Locking zippers
    Exterior Dimensions 14.8 x 7.3 x 21.9" (37.5 x 18.5 x 55.5 cm)
    Interior Dimensions 12.4 x 6.10 x 18.9" (31.5 x 15.5 x 48.0 cm)
    Carrying/Transport Options Top and side padded grab handles
    Aluminum trolley handle
    Urethane-case wheels with ABEC-5 rated bearings
    Weight 8.2 lb (3.7 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 9.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 22.7 x 13.3 x 8.0"

    Lowepro RL 150 reviews

    PhotoStream RL 150 Roller (Black) is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 16.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE IT I do filmography at my place of employment and I was previously using a backpack. I am on the shorter and smaller side so the backpack was a lot to carry around especially on days where I would be walking hours at a time with my equipment. We recently placed the order for this rolling luggage and I couldn't be happier that we bought this product. There are a lot of compartments inside that can be rearranged to fit the equipment needed. It also has a space for a laptop and straps on the side for a tripod. All around easy to carry, love it!
    Date published: 2017-01-13
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Padding Only had 2 days so far so this review could change. Looks great and feels durable but unfortunately so is bottom of bag inside. Really wish there was padding on bottom surface inside to give a little more cushion. I took padding from old bag to put inside but wish it came with padding to begin with. I would definitely inspect bag before buying to see if its something thats a deal breaker for you.
    Date published: 2016-11-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I would certainly buy this again. My hats off to Lowe!!! An excellent photo bag on wheels. For many years I carried my equipment in a backpack. Although I am in great shape for a 64 year-old, I think it's high time to start rolling my cameras, lenses and flashes through the streets of DC. The Lowe PhotoStream RL 150 Roller is sturdy and very well made. My favorite feature is the ability to carry it onboard an airplane and store it in the over-head bins. I highly recommend this carrying case.
    Date published: 2016-12-02
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Quirky The bag is nice, good material obviously not as much protection as the more expensive rollers. My issues were with 2 things my inner princess didn’t like. 1. The bag opening to the wheels instead of the length of the bag threw me off. It feels like it take more room to open it. It feels wrong. It’s probably irrational. 2. To save on space the back wall that all you gear sits on is a form fitted fuzzy coated plastic thing. Which isn’t bad except for the fact it’s formed to the space the outside handle has to slide into. So there are 2 ridges that run the length of the bag that really restricts how you can use it. For example, if I throw batteries in the top compartment on one of the sides, the dividers can go all the way to the back of the bag. So when I flip my bag upright my batteries can slide all the way to the bottom. It also makes all my lens sit at a weird angle. Which again is like irrational but I like things to be flat.
    Date published: 2017-12-01
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Only OK. �And I love Lowepro products They tried to save weight on this bag so they cut corners. �The zippers are getting worn out and I've only owned this for less than a year. � The exterior material feels cheap and looks worn, again only after less than a year. � The worst thing about this is that the bag will tip over very easily when full, because of the geometry of the bag. I'm going to buy the Think Tank bag, hope that one is of higher quality than this one.
    Date published: 2018-01-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from It is what it says it is For those looking specifically for a carryon bag I'd give it 5 stars. I bought this for car travel. This got me down to one bag that I can roll to the hotel room. No more multiple trips to the car. It holds quite a bit. I have a D750, D7100, Nikkor 14-24mm, Sigma 24-105mm, Tokina 11-16mm, Sigma 17-70mm, Sigma 18-250mm, and a Nikkor 50mm lens and they all fit with room to spare. I could get two more medium size lenses in there as well and still have room for accessories. . All but the Nikkor 14-24mm can stand up in the case. All of my accessories are in small plastic bags and are currently filling all the rest of voids... batteries, swiss arca plates, L plates, lens filters, Hoodman viewer, grip for the D7100, etc, etc. The lid has two pockets and will hold your slimmer items... Cleaning swabs, shutter releases, cables, etc. It also has a slot in the lid for a laptop. This case is well made but understand it's all about carry on and sizing. The front and back case pieces are on the thin side and they aren't heavily padded. They are however molded plastic covered with a thin'ish foam on both sides and they are rigid. I expect they'll be more than fine for those who handle their own baggage. Honestly, I'd really not want to check anything but a hard plastic case for my camera gear. It rolls and maneuvers very well. I'm 6'1 and the handle is plenty long. I'd prefer a case with outside pockets, but the next closest thing with similar interior space was $75 more at the time I bought. It does have some hard molded pieces and wheel and handle recesses which limit what can be put in a few of the spaces. But again, I'm getting two bodies and six lenses in there with room to spare and you always need spaces for junk. Worse case scenario for me is pushing some cables and chargers into something the size of a small shaving bag and attaching it to this bag with a carabiner.
    Date published: 2017-08-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A little disappointed A little disappointed, not as well padded as the 100AW.
    Date published: 2017-08-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for... Not up to the quality of my other Lowepro backpacks, but adequate for the job. I've gotten tired of cinching down the shoulder and waist straps on my large Lowepro backpack and then lugging all my gear by the top handle every time I get on a plane. This bag looks as if it can hold two Canon 5D bodies, one 100-400 zoom, two or three smaller lenses and two pairs of binoculars, as well as my MacBook Air. It's made of inexpensive fabric and has an "interesting" odor, but it will fit in the overhead bin and has wheels. Those were the two things I wanted. It's not nearly as study as the bags I take into the field, but that wasn't what I was looking for. Most of my trips will still require the sturdier backpack, but I'm looking forward to having on less bag that has to be hand carried when the situation warrants it.
    Date published: 2018-03-22
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