Manfrotto release Reloader Tough 55 hard cases

Manfrotto release Reloader Tough 55

A standard camera backpack, holdall or messenger might be adequate for day-to-day use, but if your travelling or moving between studios then you need another level of protection for your kit. The Manfrotto Pro Light Reloader Tough 55 hard cases are designed to offer your gear next level protection.

There are two new cases; the Pro Light Tough H-55 and L-55. Both cases are made in Italy from heavy-duty materials that ensure a good strength to weight ratio and meet military standards.

Securing the lids on each are safe-release latches and these ensure that your kit stays safely locked inside until you release it.

Designed with travel in mind both cases feature a 2-stage retractable trolly system making them easy to cart around airports and measuring in at 55 x 35 x 22.5cm meet all present international carry on dimensions. 

Pro Light Reloader Tough H-55

Inside there’s plenty of room to hold a pro DSLR with a 400mm lens attached along with a secondary DSLR and three to four additional lenses.

As with Manfrotto’s backpack range, the inside dividers are fully customisable, so you can move and configure to your own needs.

On the front of the H-55 is a tripod attachment which is suitable for large tripods and uses metal retaining pins to hold it in place.

Being designed for travel there are two addition handles located on the top and side of the case making it easy to handle when needed.

The Manfrotto Pro Light Reloader Tough H-55 has an of RRP £289.95.

Pro Light Reloader Tough L-55

Again the L-55 meets international carry-on dimensions and features the same 2-stage retractable trolly system as the H-55.

It’s designed to hold a pro-level DSLR with 70-200mm lens attached and a second DSLR along with four to five additional lenses.

Inside sees a similar selection of fully configurable divides so you can lay the kit out in a way to suit you.

The Pro Light Reloader Tough Low Hood roller will have an RRP £269.95.

For more information check out the Manfrotto site.