Excerpt: I bought this bag to try the size. I have a Pelican 1614 and this bag is similar size in terms the amount of stuff you can fit inside. I ended up returning it though. Only because it was too big for my needs. I shoot a lot of weddings and often times the space is tight.
Excerpt: I use this roller to transport all my cameras, flashes, and lenses to events such as weddings or on-location fashion shoots. So "room for stuff" and keeping it well organized in the roller is great. It is well build and sturdy, which is necessary to handle a lot of heavy equipment.
Excerpt: I have my F3 and several lenses and my D610 and several lenses and a 600mm f/4 along with a bushel basket of "stuff" we all accumulate after 50 years of active photography. All none package that rolls and can be backpacked if necessary.
Excerpt: I have had my Pro Roller x300 AW by Lowepro for about a month now and I am very glad I bought it. Now I have all the room that I need for my camera gear and an easy way to transport it. Don't have to carry a heavy bag or two anymore.
Excerpt: Like most photographers, I'm on a lifelong quest for the perfect bag. I might have come close to nirvana with this one. I bought it as a replacement for my Nature Trekker II that finally gave up the ghost.
Excerpt: Love it. The only complain is it is not airport "carry on" qualified! But it's only stated, haven't tried it and am going to give a shot. Otherwise so spacious, I fit in 3 dslrs 2 TorchLED lights with batts. 8 lenses etc. and still have more than half the space.
Excerpt: I wanted a bag to fit all of my lights and camera\lens. It fits 4 lightstands, 2 small umbrellas, 4 speedlights, 2 lenses, body, accessories, 3 bolt battery packs, laptop, etc.
I can fill all that I need to do corporate headshots. Good wheels, and a comfortable handle.