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Manfrotto Professional 50 Roller Bag for Camera

4.5 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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  • Internal Protection: The centre of a camera roller bag is its most vulnerable spot. Manfrotto's CPS provides a thick layer of structured, shock-absorbing core section dividers that safely cushions your Equipment.
  • Camera Roller Bag / Trolley designed to hold DSLR, lenses, laptop, tablet, tripod and much more
  • External Protection: The outer face of all Manfrotto Professional bags has a rigid and strong multi-layered construction to protect your gear against impact.
  • Flap serving as field mat and side pockets for personal accessories along with sturdy technopolymer feet for the ground
  • Easily rolled along on durable wheels and has 3 handles - on top side and bottom
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Colour Name: Black | Size Name: 50

Product details

Colour Name: Black | Size: 50
  • Product Dimensions: 37.5 x 23 x 47 cm ; 4.4 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 5 Kg
  • Item model number: MB MP-RL-50BB
  • ASIN: B00FYX1BS8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Oct. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 35,638 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Colour Name:Black  |  Size Name:50

Product Description

The most protective camera Roller Bag for the professional photographer

The Manfrotto 'Professional' Range of camera Roller Bags is aimed squarely at top photographers, and aims to provide protection for high-end photographic equipment with the best possible protection.

Defending the heart of the professional camera Roller Bag

Most camera bags' weakest point is, surprisingly, the centre of the product, where most of us keep our favorite camera body and lens. In traditional bag designs, all the surrounding gear compresses in to the middle of the camera bag if it's dropped, causing more damage to whatever is carried there. CPS - Core Protection System - is Manfrotto's answer for the Professional camera Roller Bag range: dividers made from 3D foam specially structured to dampen and absorbs the force of impact and offer more protection at the heart of the camera Roller Bag.

A tougher outer shell

The front of Manfrotto's every Professional camera Roller Bag have a rigid multi-layer construction (named Exo-Tough) that keeps the bag safe against the force of sharp impacts.

Small details that add up to protection, practicality and longevity for your professional Camera bag

Every Manfrotto Professional bag has feet to keep the equipment off the ground and out of the mud, and built-in rain covers that keep the camera Roller Bag and an attached tripod dry.

Pocket positions, closures and padding are all designed to meet the needs of pro photographers, with hardwearing, rip-resistant fabrics used alongside easy-to-use oversized zips and durable metal fastenings.

The Camera bag designs are as minimal and stylish as one would expect from Manfrotto - elegant enough for any assignment, in any location.

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Manfrotto Camera Roller Bag 50


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Attention to Details and Design

The bag designs are as minimal and stylish as one would expect from Manfrotto. Pocket positions, closures and sizes are all designed to meet the needs of pro photographers, with hard-wearing, rip-resistant fabrics used alongside easy-to-use oversized zips and durable metal fastenings.

Manfrotto Professional Backpack 50 Manfrotto Professional Sling 30 Manfrotto Professional Sling 50 Manfrotto Professional Backpack 20 Manfrotto Professional Backpack 30
Type of Gear Medium level DSLR, Professional DSLR Medium level DSLR, Professional DSLR Medium level DSLR, Professional DSLR Medium level DSLR, Professional DSLR Medium level DSLR, Professional DSLR
Number of Lenses 8 3 4 4 6
Tripod Connection Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Weight 2330 g 1260 g 1600 g 1690 g 1900 g
External Height 50.5 cm 41 cm 41 cm 43.5 cm 43.5 cm
External Length 31 cm 21 cm 28 cm 31 cm 31 cm
External Width 28 cm 23 cm 26 cm 20.5 cm 26 cm
Laptop Compartment Height 46 cm 37 cm 37 cm 38.5 cm 38.5 cm
Laptop Compartment Length 24 cm 20 cm 27 cm 24 cm 24 cm
Laptop Compartment Width 2 cm 2 cm 2 cm 2 cm 2 cm

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Colour Name: BlackSize: 70 Verified Purchase
I was unsure when ordering this because the dimensions stated were a big vague but that has been corrected by Amazon and the case is terrific. Total weight with two bodies six lenses, flash, vertical grip, etc etc is 15kgs so meets the cabin weight allowance. Very sturdy, I will use this to travel and then decant what I need on a trip/visit to a day bag. This bag is two inches deeper than the Lowpro equivalent and means that all the lenses can stand vertically, even my Sony 70-400G lens.
Well done Manfrotto.
ps Are you are wondering what the little grey pouch with the four tubes in it, as shown on the Manfrotto site, is? Well is is just a cloth pouch for loose items and the tubes are for illustration only and do not come with the case.
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Colour Name: BlackSize: 70 Verified Purchase
I love this bag, (although it weighs 15kg with all of my kit), it is perfect. I can fit 2 cameras, a 500mm lens, a large solid 200mm lens, 300mm lens, an external flash, batteries, smaller lenses - everything. Perfect to keep everything in one place for when I travel. The wheels are sturdy and the build quality is excellent too. I love it.
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Colour Name: BlackSize: 70 Verified Purchase
A wonderful bag. Super quality. I've no idea why other reviewers have questioned the quality. It's not a Luis Vuitton but it's exterior quality is as good as a Samsonite and of course it's kitted out for photography.
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Colour Name: BlackSize: 70 Verified Purchase
Finally took the plunge and purchased this bag as I was starting to get rather tired of lugging two bags of kit about and the only question I can ask myself is... why did I not do this before ?? The bag is typical Manfrotto quality (my smaller bag is Manfrotto, as are my tripods and they have taken quite a beating over the years and still work perfectly !) It's large enough to take both my camera bodies plus grips, 8 lenses including a 70-200 f2.8 and a rather large sigma 150-500, three speedlights plus radio triggers and a host of other odds and sods ! It's well padded and the rollers are smooth and good quality. In short, an excellent bag that more than fits my needs.
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By Chris Hoare TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 Nov. 2014
Colour Name: BlackSize: 50 Verified Purchase
I have carried tens of kilos of camera gear on my shoulder and back around the world for years now. After a trip earlier this year I was aware I had a very long trip planned in October - over 60 hours of flying - I decided enough was enough and it was time to stop carrying all that kit. Having been using a Manfrotto Pro backpack I looked at the range of roller bags; and settled on the /smaller/ one.

It may smaller than the 70 series but it still carries a enormous amount of equipment on the inside. The AW50 has a fully configurable camera interior using thick velcro attached padded cells. They are arranged in 3 channels by default but you can reconfigure it to your hearts content (or remove the lot to use it as a regular carry on bag. The bag as strong zippers - with plastic clips to prevent accidental opening. The zippers come together to form a padlock hole if you need a bit of security. On the outside the bag is discreet with a Manfrotto red dot and otherwise its black. On the outside the carrier has a tripod mount;and the other a quick access pocket for tickets or headphones. The whole bag also came with a rain jacket to cover it up. The bag has a fairly sturdy telescoping handle as well as carry handles on either end of the bag.

When packaging cameras into the bag the first thing to note is that this bag is deep; a Canon 28-70 sits vertically in the bag; a 70-200mm is too long to be packed vertically but sits horizontally with plenty of vertical room. The bag is deep enough that whilst test packing I was able to get the Sigma 150-500 into the bag with a pro body above the lens. The camera compartment is padded all under the lens as well; the lid of the bag isn't padded though.
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By JRAD on 27 July 2015
Colour Name: BlackSize: 70 Verified Purchase
I have an excellent, high quality tripod from Manfrotto and assumed this roller bag would have been of similar quality, particularly at the price. It arrived in a well sealed cardboard box marked "Made in China" and "contains bags with washing instruction label". I don't know where the man in the picture got the second small bag from, but it wan't in this box. There is only one bag, and there are no washing instructions. (Why would there be?) Given its size and purpose, the bag feels surprisingly and worryingly light and flimsy. But then it would be considering what it's made of. In case you hadn't realised, there is a small label inside the lid stating in English and Chinese that the bag is composed of 100% polyethylene vinyl acetate. None of that nasty leather, then. The outer material feels cheap, and I doubt it provides much protection against rain. On opening the bag, Manfrotto don't think it's going to provide much protection against the rain either as they have provided an unpleasant looking, loose grey screwed-up plastic bag which presumably can be put on if it's raining. The bottom of the roller bag has cheap looking and feeling grey padding covering the metal rods of the extendable handle. The rods are still noticeable and intrude into the base of the case. The design of the internal padding, like everything else about this bag, feels cheap and inadequate. I can't complain about the capacity. It would easily hold my two SLR camera bodies, two long lenses, half a dozen smaller lenses and two flash guns. There are lots of useful pockets in the lid for batteries, filters, memory cards and so on.Read more ›
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