Atlas Adventure Pack - See how camera gear fits inside – AtlasPacks

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Atlas Adventure Pack - See how camera gear fits inside

With an Adventure Pack, your camera gear is snug and secure and easily accessible without having to cinch the pack down. Said another way, the non-camera section is fully independent from the camera side and can be expanded and compressed down as needed.

And unlike camera bags, there are no camera-cores or inserts that go inside. These systems are expensive and poorly designed. All of your heavy camera gear is detached from the structure of the bag and the zippers keep the inserts in place via a "pressure fit".

We invented and patented our own method and instead of pressure, we use "friction". Friction is a key ingredient to the way our Origami Camera Core (TM) functions. Be sure to test out just how much pop and snap your the pocket has. We made significant improvements to friction and structure with new types of foam, the shaping of the foam (also called "skiving") as well as all the outer fabrics that connect everything to the pack and frame.

How camera gear fits the Atlas Adventure Camera Bag / Backpack


With the Adventure Pack you can expect gear to sit below the height of the dividers and sidewalls. This pack has the same depth as a camera bag.

Things to be thinking about...

What camera gear fits in the Adventure Pack?

How deep is the Adventure for camera gear?

How do the Origami folds work in the Adventure vs. the Athlete?

Atlas Adventure Camera Bag / Backpack


This is what 30 liters of gear looks like in the Adventure Pack. This is the default size for the pack. This is plenty of space for tons of gear without having to expand the pack out. Perfect for travel! Should you need to fit under the seat, simply remove the frame and the height will drop down to about 20".


45 liters of gear brings the Adventure Pack to about half-way full. At this size the pack has started to fill out and up slightly and candidly there is not much visual difference between the Adventure setup at 45 liters vs. 35. At this size the Adventure Pack will need to go in the overhead bins.


Given how small the Athlete Pack can be, it holds an incredible amount of gear. Setup at this size there's about 30 liters of non-camera and 10 liters of camera gear and for travel this pack will need to go overhead. Even at 40 liters, the pack easily meets cabin standards.


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.


Gripped bodies, including 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.