Wheeled cases are absolutely essential
if you’re carrying around a ton of gear – they keep weight off of
your shoulders and back and make trips to the airport a breeze. Of
course, if you’re going from the airport to a less civilized location
like a desert, forest or other rough terrain, those wheels become
more of a hindrance than a help.
The Roadie II ensures that you won’t
have to deal with picking up separate bags for each occasion. It’s a
hybrid bag, which means that it’s more than just a wheeled suitcase.
Unzipping the rear panel of the Raodie II reveals a pair of harness
straps that you can clip onto D-rings and carry the case as a
“For some location photographers,
paved roads and smooth sidewalks are an uncommon luxury,” says
MAC Group president Jan Lederman. “The new Roadie II Hybrid
allows photographers to work on uneven, gritty, wet terrain, and
still be able to conveniently roll their case through the airport.”
Visit the Tenba website for more details on the Roadie II Hybrid camera cases.
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