It’s the subtle differences that can make or break a rolling bag, so it’s worth considering these things before you splash your cash
A bag of 55x35x23cm or smaller will see you through most airline check-ins, but travel light, as many airlines won’t allow more than 10kg of carry-on luggage.
Divide and conquer
Most bags contain a three column layout, so overall interior width is critical when packing largerdiameter lenses. Welldesigned dividers can adapt to super-telephoto lenses, or even to stow video lighting.
Built to last
Roller bags can take a lot of abuse. Quality, userreplaceable wheels should roll with the punches, while reinforced outer corners and toughened undersides add extra longevity.
The complete package
Carrying cameras and lenses is just the start. Look out for bags that boast a laptop slot and tripod attachment system. Easy-access outer pockets are a bonus, as is a completely removable internal compartment. Little extras A roller bag with a pair of backpack straps is great when negotiating stairs or rough ground. Expandable compartments can be useful, and some bags will even carry a drone.