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CyberPack Roller

Rolling Photo/Computer Backpack

Model 5267

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With the versatility of wheels and a Tuck-A-Way™  backpack harness, the CyberPack Roller is ideal for carrying a pro DSLR with a 200mm lens attached, extra lenses, flash, accessories and a laptop over diverse terrain.

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Holds Camera Gear View

The CyberPack Roller is ideal for carrying a pro DSLR with a 200mm lens attached, extra lenses, flash, accessories and a laptop over diverse terrain.  The main compartment features fully adjustable, foam-padded dividers for a custom fit to photo equipment.

Holds a Laptop

A padded front pocket holds up to a 15.6″ screen laptop and keeps it separate from photo gear.

Front Accessory Panel

Internal Windowpane-Mesh™ pockets on the inside of the front panel visibly organize filters, memory cards, cleaning materials and other small items and keep them within easy reach.

QuickClip™ Tripod Attachment System View

The QuickClip™ Tripod Attachment System with a Tripod Foot Pocket holds a tripod centered and balanced on the front of the pack.

Wheels and Telescoping Handle

Ball bearing in-line skate wheels and an industrial strength telescoping handle ensure a smooth, stable ride.

Carrying Options

When rolling is not an option, the CyberPack Roller quickly converts to a backpack using Tamrac’s Tuck-A-Way™ harness system. 

Modular Accessory System™

For occasions when more gear is required, this roller accepts Tamrac’s optional Modular Accessory System™ (M.A.S.™) products (sold separately). This allows for a complete customization of the pack.

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Internal Dimensions

11½W x 6D x 16H
(29 x 15 x 41 cm)

External Dimensions

14W x 13D x 19H
(36 x 33 x 48 cm)

Weight

10  lbs. 3 oz. (4627 g)

  • Versatility By Marlene Vazquez  

    I really like that if you can’t roll it you can have the option of wearing it like a backpack!

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  • Good bag, but not a good choise for airline carryon By Barry Moss  

    This is a very good bag with lots of padding, and lots of places for all those little items. My only complaint is that if you put in a laptop computer, the bag is too thick to fit in the overhead bins on some 737s, so I end up traveling with a separate briefcase as well as this bag. It needs to be about 1″ thinner and I’m finding I don’t really need that extra inch of depth because even my largest lens have at least an inch of clearance.

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  • Rolling is the way to go!! By Stacey Myers  

    I’m just starting out with the whole getting a better camera with accessories and started to look at bags. This one became my favourite mostly because of the wheels and lots of room for all extras.

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