Kata FlyBy-77 PL Photo Roller for 2-4 Pro DSLR Bodies + 8-10 Lenses (600mm)

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About Kata FlyBy-77

The Kata FlyBy-77 PL Photo Roller is a sleek, low-profile, on-board camera case, now upgraded to feature integrated wheels. It gives you the hard-case protection you need, with all the advantages of a soft case - light, modular, with a multitude of pockets and storage options. The FlyBy-77 looks like any onboard luggage so that you are not immediately targeted as a photographer with "overweight". And today it's even lighter than before.

The FlyBy-77 is designed to provide the best traveling, storage and working solutions. It holds 2 to 4 Pro DSLR camera bodies with 8-10 lenses (up to 600 mm), flash and many other photo accessories. It also fits HDV Camcorders such as the Sony F3, Panasonic AF100 or even larger models with the external mic and viewfinder dismantled. Use the numerous modular Aeriform dividers to custom fit your exact gear needs in the spacious main compartment. Along the front panel is a full length flexible 15.4" laptop sleeve, which when not in use just flattens out of the way. Travel documents and personal effects can be stored in the flat external pocket.

The dimensions of the FlyBy-77 are within the strict international flight regulation, however due to constantly changing airline regulations do recommend checking with your carrier prior to departure.

Kata FlyBy-77 Features

  • Laptop Compartment: This bag features a padded laptop compartment which will allow you to always have your computer at hand and easily accessible
  • On Board: This bag was designed to comply with on board luggage regulations. Do note that different air lines might have more restricting rules
  • Aeriform Foam: For unique combination of light weight and protective material, Kata developed the Aeriform Foam. It's a perforated, laminated and reinforced foam of EVA and EPE materials. The result is superlight foam that keep your gear protected
  • Spine Guard MK II: The specially formed foam vertebrae Spine Guard provides ultimate structural protection

Kata FlyBy-77 Specifications

2-4 Pro DSLR Bodies + 8-10 Lenses (600 mm)
External Dimensions (H x L x W)
22.83 x 14.37 x 10.04" / 57.98 x 36.49 x 25.50cm
Internal main compartment (H x L x W)
20.87 x 12.99 x 8.66" / 53.00 x 32.99 x 21.99cm
Laptop compartment (H x L x W)
17.72 x 11.81x 0.98" / 45.00 x 29.99 x 2.48cm
8.07 - 9.2 lbs /3.66 - 4.17kg

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Jack A  I am looking for a bag that will fit all my equipment, easy to get into, and not difficult to carry as necessary. I have the following items to place into the bag: Nikon D700 body; 14-24mm f2.8 lens; 28-70mm f2.8 lens; 70-200mm f2.8 lens; 300mm f2.8 lens; 2 tele-converters; Nikon flash; compact flash disks, batteries, charger?
STEPHEN B  You will have way more room than you need in this case. In mine, I have (2) 5D III, (1) 7D, 17-40, 24-70, 70-200, 85 1.2, 50 1.2, 35 1.4, a flash, 3 Canon chargers, 8 batts, 2 CF card cases, filters, 15" Macbook Pro w charger, etc. It is well made and looks like luggage. However, it will NOT fit in some overhead compartments on airplanes. And those that it does, it will not fit "wheels in" like they want it to. I have been told many times it will have to be checked. But I tell them it contains lithium ion batteries (which are prohibited from going under the plane), show them my media credentials, and they leave me alone.
BERTRAM S  I have a similar bag, but stopped using it outdoors because the ground clearance between the wheels, when being pulled, was so small that the slightest unevenness of any pathway caused the bottom of the bag to drag, when passing over high spots between the wheels. How much ground clearance does the bag base have between the wheels, when canted to the pulling angle? Are the wheels sturdy enough for light use over, say, a gravel or earth path? Many thanks for any help.
ERIC T  The bag I just commented on was a different design it appears you have the integrated wheels now. Those wheels should be bigger to avoid abrasions to the outer skin.
Shopper  Is this case strong enough to sit on when it is vertical (wheels down)?
DALE T  I haven't sat on it yet, but it shows it in the add
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