Lowepro PhotoStream SP 200 Roller Bag

If you travel much with a carry-on case, then you'll appreciate an equipment bag that has 4 wheels as opposed to just two. I myself use the "Think Tank Airport Roller" (found here) quite often. LowePro has recently offered up a new Photostream SP 200 Roller Bag. The Photostream is a less expensive option if you're looking for a dedicated equipment case on 4 wheels that also works with carry-on size restrictions.

Lowepro SP 200 Roller Overview
The PhotoStream SP 200 has exterior measurements of 13.8 x 8.8 x 21.7" and weighs 9.7 lb when empty, matching carry-on requirements for most American airlines. For keeping small items such as cables or lens caps, two zippered mesh pockets are conveniently located on the lid interior and allow for easy access to your accessories. As for transport, the case comes with a three-stage telescoping handle and four 360° wheels for easy rolling. When hand carrying is needed, you can use the integrated handles found at the top, side, or bottom of the bag.

  • Nylon and EVA hardshell case optimized for air travel
  • Holds 1 or 2 professional DSLRs or mirrorless cameras, plus 4-8 extra lenses, flashes, battery grips, etc.
  • Set of customizable padded dividers can be adjusted or removed to find the best setup for your gear
  • Hinged front panel allows easy access to your laptop or tablet without opening the entire bag
  • Dual zippered mesh pockets for keeping small accessories such as cables, batteries, and memory cards
  • Lightweight telescoping handle made of aluminum, center button allows you to set it to 3 different stages
  • 4 wheels with 360° rotation for easy and intuitive transport
  • Integrated handles on the top, side, and bottom of the case for carrying by hand
  • Exterior dimensions of 13.8 x 8.8 x 21.7" meet carry-on requirements for most airlines

  • crystal 800 wireless LowePro PhotoStream SP 200 Roller

    3 thoughts on “Lowepro PhotoStream SP 200 Roller Bag

    1. Michael

      Isn't this a bit heavy for carry on? The Pelican air 1535 is about the same weight and is waterproof and practically unbreakable. Interesting.

    2. Chris Knight

      Looks nice; first thing I'd do is pry off the label to make it less of a target for thieves...

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