The Adventure Pack will haul more camera gear than you own!

New for 2022, the Adventure Pack is smaller on the outside and bigger on the inside to hold even more camera and non-camera gear! Let's breakout how camera gear is stored and secured.


    Gripped Sony Alpha + 400 2.8+ Gripped Sony Alpha + 200-600

    For anyone carry big glass you will want the pack setup for max camera. For 2022 the length and depth of the ORIGAMI CAMERA CORE (TM) has been increased.

    With the Adventure Pack, big glass like the 400 2.8 and 200-600 can be stored on bodies with hoods on and front lens caps off. This makes workflow, organization and access so much easier.


    No other carry-on sized camera bag that can do this >> and still leave you with lots of space to pack non-camera gear. Longer glass like 600mm and 800mm, these can fit but eat up a lot of room.


    X2 Gripped bodies. Includes the Canon R5 and Sony Alpha with grips plus a big collection of Canon and Sony lenses

    Gripped bodies easily fit in the Adventure Pack and can be stored in
    any position. The depth of the ORIGAMI CAMERA CORE (TM) in the Adventure Pack does not have a taper and you can expect your gear to sit flush or below the line of the sidewalls and dividers.


    As you can see from the images below (move the slider back and forth), there is plenty of depth in the Adventure Pack for camera bodies
    of all sizes.


    Gripped Sony Alpha Kit with Sony GM 200-600, GM 16-35 2.8 GM + GM 24-70 2.8 GM + GM 100-400


    While the camera core does measure longer than these lenses, in real world usage, glass longer than 17.5in / 43cm starts to push into the top fold of the camera core. Why? When you get to the top end of the measurements, there is a natural amount of wiggle room and flex. Moreover, the packs measures and work differently based on the objects you are storing.


    You can expect your pack to measure deeper or shallower based on what you have on each side. Lots of small lenses use space much better than one large telephoto down the middle. Please use your judgement when setting up your pack.


    Sony FS5 with Battery Charger + Sony Alpha Bodies (x2), Sony GM 200-600, GM 16-35 2.8 GM + GM 24-70 2.8 GM


    Video equipment like a Canon C200 and the Sony FS5 can be stored almost fully assembled. Typically only the LCD monitor needs to be removed for storage.


    CANON R5 KIT IN 2021 ATHLETE:+ Gripped Canon R5 + 70-200+ Canon 15-35 2.8 R+ Canon 600mm R+ Mavic Pro and Remote


    Trying to understand the difference between the Athlete and Adventure Pack in terms of camera gear?In this next set of photos we've taken the same kit (Canon R setup) in both.

    In the Athlete Pack, you can see how
    much tighter the fit is and in fact, there was not enough room for the
    Gnarbox. The takeaway here is that with the Athlete Pack there are
    accommodations you will need to make with how you setup and organize your gear. These same limitations do not apply to the Adventure Pack.


    CANON R5 KIT IN ADVENTURE PACK:+ Gripped Canon R5 + 600mm+ Canon 15-35 2.8 R+ Canon 70-200 2.8 R+ Mavic Pro and Remote+Gnarbox 2.0


    In the Adventure Pack, you can see how the same set of gear plus a little extra will fit in the bottom 2/3 of the ORIGAMI CAMERA CORE (TM).

Dividers designed to spoon and secure camera gear!




    This is the default setup for the Adventure Pack and both Origami folds are pushed in. This maximizes the amount of camera gear you can haul. I think it's fair to say that this Adventure Pack will carry more camera gear than most of us own. With both of the Origami folds pushed in, you get the full 20 liter of camera space. And 30 liters of space for camping gear.




    In this second example the first Origami fold has been pulled into position and that volume has been removed from the camera section and shifted to the camping side.

    In this setup the pack is essentially split 50/50 between camera and camping.More specifically, you now have 37 liters for camping gear and 13 liters for camera. The different between this setup the the first for camera gear is essentially the C200. Everything else stays with the pack.




    In this example both of the Origami folds have been pulled out and for me this is where the Adventure Pack gets really interesting.In this setup there is 44 liters for camping and 6 liters for camera. I know 6 liters might not sound like a lot, but it is...

    As per the below example, you can fit 4 GM / L size lenses and a 1Dx body. Just imagine all the places we'll go..

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