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Tamrac SpeedRoller 2x Big Wheels Rolling Case, Black

SKU: TR5592BK MFR: 559201

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About Tamrac 5592 SpeedRoller

For Photographers on the go, these rolling photo and laptop cases are designed to protect and carry heavy camera gear and a laptop across diverse terrain. Big Wheels SpeedRollers - These ballistic nylon outer shell and rigid, plastic-armored wall cases are extremely tough and protective. Windowpane Mesh pockets inside the lids organize accessories. Foam-padded outer pockets protect laptops. The oversized wheels offer excellent mobility and the ability to negotiate imperfect surfaces. The QuickClip Tripod Attachment System allows a tripod to be securely carried.

This compact rolling case provides protection and conveniently transports two pro DSLRs with lenses attached, 4-6 additional lenses, accessories and a laptop. A separate, form-padded outer pocket holds most 17.3" screen laptops op to 16.75" x 12.5" x 1.25" (43 x 32 x 3cm). A tripod can be securely carried on the front of the case using Tamrac's QuickClip Tripod Attachment System.

Tamrac 5592 SpeedRoller Specifications

Accommodates
Two pro DSLRs with lenses attached, 4-6 additional lenses, accessories and a laptop
Internal Dimensions (W x D x H)
13 x 6 x 16.14" (33.02 x 15.24 x 41cm)
External Dimensions (W x D x H)
14 x 9 x 20" (35.56 x 22.86 x 50.8cm)
Weight
12 lbs. (5443g)
Mfr #
559201
SKU
TR5592BK
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John R  Looking at: Tamrac 2x VS Think Tank #571. Which is better, well suited? Can only shop on line-no store has items for view. Compatible for air flight as carry on? Thanks, John R
TIM M  I bought the Big Wheels Rolling Case - LP4 #694 after reading every other manufactures buyer comments. Almost everyone had commented that the other manufactuers came-up short for the quality of wheels and Tamrac is peerless in this respect! I also wanted the most room and able to accomodate the depth necessary for my Canon D5 M2 &3 with their battery grips attached. 7"ID min. is necessary and again Tamrac comes in 1st with room to spare. This case goes the extra mile for space! I was shocked while so many other manufacturers fail to accommodate the criteria for cameras with battery grips attached! The LP2 is a tad smaller so as to meet all general Airline Carry-On Compatibilities. The LP4 does not carry this compatibility according to Tamrac's catalog so it might meet some but not all Airlines criteria and might have to be checked. I personally think it would fit in some airlines w/o any tripod attached, (especially the newer planes which have a bit more space) but you would still be well advised to call ahead to check ahead of time to be sure. I feel only commuter planes would likely be the issue! The Think Tank #571 would have been my second or third choice (also considering the slightly smaller Tamrac LP2 #692). Read all the comments from various camera dealers and vendors, some folks had airline issues even with the Carry-on Compatibility Certification. All things considered; with the weight of a case in this class and the ease of transport; I felt the Tamrac Big Wheels afforded a mechanical “wear” advantage over the Think Tank. I remain thrilled with my choice in every respect and hope you will be equally satisfied with your final choice!
John R  Looking at: Tamrac 2x VS Think Tank #571. Which is better, well suited? Can only shop on line-no store has items for view. Compatible for air flight as carry on? Thanks, John R
TIM M  I bought the Big Wheels Rolling Case - LP4 #694 after reading every other manufactures buyer comments. Almost everyone had commented that the other manufactuers came-up short for the quality of wheels and Tamrac is peerless in this respect! I also wanted the most room and able to accomodate the depth necessary for my Canon D5 M2 &3 with their battery grips attached. 7"ID min. is necessary and again Tamrac comes in 1st with room to spare. This case goes the extra mile for space! I was shocked while so many other manufacturers fail to accommodate the criteria for cameras with battery grips attached! The LP2 is a tad smaller so as to meet all general Airline Carry-On Compatibilities. The LP4 does not carry this compatibility according to Tamrac's catalog so it might meet some but not all Airlines criteria and might have to be checked. I personally think it would fit in some airlines w/o any tripod attached, (especially the newer planes which have a bit more space) but you would still be well advised to call ahead to check ahead of time to be sure. I feel only commuter planes would likely be the issue! The Think Tank #571 would have been my second or third choice (also considering the slightly smaller Tamrac LP2 #692). Read all the comments from various camera dealers and vendors, some folks had airline issues even with the Carry-on Compatibility Certification. All things considered; with the weight of a case in this class and the ease of transport; I felt the Tamrac Big Wheels afforded a mechanical “wear” advantage over the Think Tank. I remain thrilled with my choice in every respect and hope you will be equally satisfied with your final choice!
John R  Looking at: Tamrac 2x VS Think Tank #571. Which is better, well suited? Can only shop on line-no store has items for view. Compatible for air flight as carry on? Thanks, John R
TIM M  I bought the Big Wheels Rolling Case - LP4 #694 after reading every other manufactures buyer comments. Almost everyone had commented that the other manufactuers came-up short for the quality of wheels and Tamrac is peerless in this respect! I also wanted the most room and able to accomodate the depth necessary for my Canon D5 M2 &3 with their battery grips attached. 7"ID min. is necessary and again Tamrac comes in 1st with room to spare. This case goes the extra mile for space! I was shocked while so many other manufacturers fail to accommodate the criteria for cameras with battery grips attached! The LP2 is a tad smaller so as to meet all general Airline Carry-On Compatibilities. The LP4 does not carry this compatibility according to Tamrac's catalog so it might meet some but not all Airlines criteria and might have to be checked. I personally think it would fit in some airlines w/o any tripod attached, (especially the newer planes which have a bit more space) but you would still be well advised to call ahead to check ahead of time to be sure. I feel only commuter planes would likely be the issue! The Think Tank #571 would have been my second or third choice (also considering the slightly smaller Tamrac LP2 #692). Read all the comments from various camera dealers and vendors, some folks had airline issues even with the Carry-on Compatibility Certification. All things considered; with the weight of a case in this class and the ease of transport; I felt the Tamrac Big Wheels afforded a mechanical “wear” advantage over the Think Tank. I remain thrilled with my choice in every respect and hope you will be equally satisfied with your final choice!
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