Best camera bag with wheels!

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  1. Imagecapture

    Imagecapture TPF Noob!

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    Anyone know of the best camera bag with wheels on the market?
    I've got a Lowepro Trekker II and it's great but once I've got my Nikon D2X, Nikon D100, 2xSB800's, Quantum Power pack, 70-200 VR lens, Apple Powerbook G4....(the list goes on) packed into it it weighs so much my knees have caved in! I go up and down a lot of stairs so not really sure what the best solution is but if anyone's got any ideas on the best trolley bag i'd be really keen to hear them.

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    PS I'm off to NYC next week from the UK so if that helps you could let me know the best store. I'm definitely going to B&H.
     
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    I'd say just put your Lowepro trekker into a wheeley suitcase?
     
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    Have you thought of a golf trolley?
     
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    Just buy a dolly and use your existing pack. You can buy these nifty little folding dollys that are made mostly of aluminum and are very light. They fold up nicely, and can usually hold about 150-200 lbs. I use one for hauling my drumset, but I seem them advertised in Calumet, Adorama, and B&H all the time. Put your pack on that, add a little bungee cord, and you should be set.
     
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