Excerpt: I had high hopes for this bag but the inside sucks. I hate the new divider system. Their old configuration was better. All I want is a simple grid divider system. This one has too many parts and the bottom is uneven height.
Excerpt: I have been shooting weddings now for almost 10 years and I was always lugging 3-4 smaller bags of equipment around. 2 bags for cameras with the lenses attached, 1 bag for flashes and light modifiers, and another bag for stands and reflectors.
Excerpt: I'm glad I purchases this bag. It is very deep on the inside and holds all of my gear safely. I'm very thankful it does have the built in lock. The only issue I have it the bag itself is very heavy... I do wish it was a bit lighter.
Excerpt: I got this bag from BH. I would simply say that this is a superb bag. I could put all my 9 Canon lenses including 70-200, 24-105, 16-35, 135L, 100L, 85L, 50, 40, 35L, my two DSLRS 5D, 60D, my Sony Handy Cam, two flash lights.
Excerpt: first of all, I love Lowepro; it is a great value and extremely well made!.
Many of options are available with the velcro separators. The pockets are great for filters and SD cards.
It is very sturdy and great for flying-- the extra pocket for a laptop-- is also a sturdy part of the roller.
Excerpt: This Roller is a major step back of it's predecessor. Mine is half a year old, and the elastics neoprene front part has already holes, as it less strong than nylon, and typically tears up much easier than heavy fabrics.
Excerpt: I use a micro 4/3 set up and if I need to travel with all my gear, this is the bag I use. I am able to carry my Olympus EP-5 and Olympus OMD EM-1 as well as the Olympus 12-40mm Pro Lens, Olympus 17mm, Olympus 25mm, Olympus 45mm, Olympus 75mm, my RODE Video Mic as well as a bunch of other accessories...