The Think Tank Airport 4-Sight Four Wheel Roller (Black) brings an enhanced, lightweight approach to wheeled photo cases. With its ability to roll on four wheels when on smooth surfaces or two wheels when you're on carpeting, this case is designed to minimize, if not eliminate, stress and fatigue while traveling. As a result of this improved design, Airport 4-Sight homes in on the features that most photographers crave in a rolling case. It's rated to hold two standard size DSLRs with basic lenses attached or two pro sized bodies with smaller lens options. Your 300 mm f/2.8, when attached to a standard body, will fit neatly inside.
It's not only a rolling case but it's configured to roll sideways to accommodate those small hallways you inevitably come up against - or even a crowded airport or parking lot. In addition, the wheels have been placed high on the outside of the case to maximize stability and minimize shock when going up and down stairs or in the street. The three handles make it easy to lift or retrieve from a car or luggage carousel. Its two position locking tow handle gives you the option of choosing the most comfortable pulling angle.
You can also lock the case via the zipper sliders with a user-supplied TSA (Transportation Security Administration) lock. Cable management is provided with the included pouch that can store all those little adapters, cables and other small items. Interior dividers are padded and movable, so that you can configure the guts to meet your gear needs. For access to the bag, a side hinge swings open to retrieve gear. Extras include a top zippered pocket for your boarding pass, passport or other ID and a business card slot for those moments when you make a quick contact. The bottom panel has been reinforced for increased strength and the zippers are all strong YKK design. Bad weather is no problem for the Airport 4-Sight since it comes with a handy rain cover.
It's easier to roll than to carry all that gear and this case makes it even easy. As a bonus, it doesn't look like a photo case and that, in itself, gives it an additional edge over similar sized cases that cry out "photo gear inside."