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Large Roller Bag for Sports Photography

 
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Feb 17, 2018 21:43 |  #1

I'm in the market for a large bag to hold the following
1dx
7d2
7d2
70-200
24-70
15 fish eye
50 1.4
Maybe 300f2.8 if it will fit

I want something with wheels and a handel much like a suitcase, weatherproof would be good and maybe space for a notebook in the future.

What are your recommendations?


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Feb 17, 2018 22:56 |  #2

Love my Think Tank Airport Security. While not cheap, think tank stuff is darn near indestructible. And they have the best customer service I have ever dealt with.


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Feb 20, 2018 07:28 |  #3

If weight isn't a concern, it's hard to beat a Pelican case with wheels. Yes they are heavy and therefore aren't for today's air travel, that said, they are worry free cases and routinely take on the double duty as a chair, stool to stand on, or table. You can lock them with a regular pad lock plus bike cable if you need to leave them in a media room.

I have a bunch and my only regret is I would of rather gotten gray or silver. I don't like the idea of black soaking up all that heat on a sunny day.


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Feb 20, 2018 09:59 |  #4

I second the Think Tank Roller Derby. It is amazing. Great storage capabilities and so much less stress moving in crowded areas.

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