@lowepro
Just a travel tip I thought I’d share:
I had to take a small connection flight and didn’t want my cameras to go under the plane. I was traveling with my lights in a Lowepro S&F duffle on my back and my Lowepro Pro Roller. At the airport when I found out the connection would be a small jet, I quickly switched my cameras and lenses out of the roller and into the duffle, moving all non-breakable items to the roller. I’ve been in the situation many times where there was no choice but to put the cameras under the plane and I loathe it. If I hadn’t had these two Lowepro “essentials” I would have had no choice. 

One other tip, I often put many of my cords and other small items in Lowpro pouches inside the duffle. They Velcro inside the bag for easy organization, not only do they prove useful on set, but in a situation like this, I put my lenses in the pouches, giving them a little extra protection. I also carry an extra Domke wrap when possible. 

Note the Pro Roller does have a removable backpack, but in this case, I had other items in the S&F Duffle so it was easier to go this route. As well, the items I did put in the Pro Roller were well protected in the compartments, so I felt safe putting them under the plane. I always lock the bag with the handy cable lock on the roller.

@lowepro
Just a travel tip I thought I’d share:
I had to take a small connection flight and didn’t want my cameras to go under the plane. I was traveling with my lights in a Lowepro S&F duffle on my back and my Lowepro Pro Roller. At the airport when I found out the connection would be a small jet, I quickly switched my cameras and lenses out of the roller and into the duffle, moving all non-breakable items to the roller. I’ve been in the situation many times where there was no choice but to put the cameras under the plane and I loathe it. If I hadn’t had these two Lowepro “essentials” I would have had no choice.

One other tip, I often put many of my cords and other small items in Lowpro pouches inside the duffle. They Velcro inside the bag for easy organization, not only do they prove useful on set, but in a situation like this, I put my lenses in the pouches, giving them a little extra protection. I also carry an extra Domke wrap when possible.

Note the Pro Roller does have a removable backpack, but in this case, I had other items in the S&F Duffle so it was easier to go this route. As well, the items I did put in the Pro Roller were well protected in the compartments, so I felt safe putting them under the plane. I always lock the bag with the handy cable lock on the roller.