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Recommend a camera bag case with wheels


uggyy 14 2.1k 9 Scotland
17 May 2009 5:16PM
Anyone reccomend a decent camera case with wheels, needs to take laptop too?

Bust my shoulder up and need something to let me tow my kit instead of lifting it :-(

Tommy
crookymonsta Plus
12 842 10 England
17 May 2009 5:35PM
We bought a Tamrac CyberPro Express rolling bag a few months ago and have taken it abroad a couple of times already, as well as numerous trips out here. Takes a large laptop, two camera bodies, numerous lens and a host of other kit. Wheels around very well even on fairly rough ground. Will also hold a tripod reasonably securely.
Sandra
crookymonsta Plus
12 842 10 England
17 May 2009 5:42PM
Tommy, sorry - should also have said that I hope the shoulder gets better very soon.
Sandra
uggyy 14 2.1k 9 Scotland
17 May 2009 5:50PM
Thanks Sandra, so do I ... Wink Got a few shoots this week and not going to be much fun lol.
Paul Morgan 19 19.5k 6 England
17 May 2009 9:36PM

Quote:Bust my shoulder up and need something to let me tow my kit instead of lifting it :-(


Ouch, a can sympathise with you, busted a couple of ribs in Febuary.

You could try a wheel barrow with pneumatic tyres, load it up and get the wife to push it.
Terry L 17 609 5 England
17 May 2009 10:11PM
You could try one of these link
adamcoupe 12 20 United Kingdom
17 May 2009 10:41PM
Have you thought about a Peli 1510 - takes a pro kit and also has the benefit of being accepted as cabin hand luggage.

www.adamcoupe.com/blog
uggyy 14 2.1k 9 Scotland
17 May 2009 10:55PM

Quote:You could try a wheel barrow with pneumatic tyres, load it up and get the wife to push it.


LOL Paul you better hope Sharon dont read that or you might be having em ribs with barbicue sauce Wink The pain killers hardly even touching the pain... :-(

Thanks for the links, checking em out...

Peli looks interesting Smile , the wheely things a good idea but expensive for what it is, though saying that nothing cheap nowdays :-(
Paul Morgan 19 19.5k 6 England
17 May 2009 11:59PM
For around town a case on wheels would do.

You might need something a little more hard wearing for your landscape jaunts.

Check out fishing trollys, dead easy just strap your bags on and most fold nice and flat to fit in the boot, and not too expensive.

fishing trolly
uggyy 14 2.1k 9 Scotland
18 May 2009 12:12AM
Thats a good one Paul.... Never thought of fishing kit, cheaper too Wink

Landscape wise Im ok, travel light and once the shoulders working again will get a ligher kit and vest to hold kit. I did travel with a lot of kit but weight didnt bother me, now though.... lol I must not break myself.

Think this going to take a few weeks to heal fully, not going to put any weight on it (honestly so sore I could cry at times)...

Tommy
dcash29 15 2.4k England
18 May 2009 12:24AM
The all terrain photographic equipment carrier

HERE
uggyy 14 2.1k 9 Scotland
18 May 2009 12:28AM
LOL sorry orange just dont go with my camo clothing Wink
dcash29 15 2.4k England
18 May 2009 12:38AM
It would be a good concept though dont you think?
uggyy 14 2.1k 9 Scotland
18 May 2009 12:44AM
Aye Smile and after a few I could could use it for personal transport too Smile
dickiedriver 14 212 United Kingdom
18 May 2009 11:06AM
Have a look HERE

I have one and use it all the time got a knackered back so very handy and I can fit a 15inch laptop in the front pocket too.

Hope this Helps

Richard

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