UNO II Is A Special Backpack Style Camera Bag For Photographers

As photographers, I think we are always looking for a bag that better fits our particular needs, be that a larger bag to carry a ton of gear or a smaller bag to grab and go with a basic kit. One thing that always seems to come up is your bag either being too much or too little for a given task. Enter the UNO II: a bag that can be whatever you need it to be with interchangeable panels, according to the company’s claims.

The UNO II has just launched on Kickstarter, and the campaign has already blown past their initial $15,000 goal – doubling it at $31,000 at the time of this writing. The unique design of this bag helps it stand out as a great bag for those who need a camera bag, or simply a regular bag to take with them to school.

The magic comes from the bag’s custom panels, which you use to make the bag fit your needs, be that as a camera bag or a day bag for work or school. You simply switch out the internal panel for whichever purpose fits your needs, fill it, zip it, and you are good to go with a stylish bag that has what you need and only what you need. Its design is also rather unconventional.

Look familiar to you? It should. There are loads of backpack style camera bags that look like this these days, from Peak Design to many others out there. Except, you know, no one makes one in that hot pink you all know you want to match your hot pink button-down.

If you are interested in supporting the UNO II you can jump in on the Kickstarter to get the bag for just $79, which is a steal when you consider what most nice camera bags cost you these days. You can get all the details about this over on the Kickstarter page, here.

Anthony Thurston

Anthony is a Portland, Oregon based Boudoir Photographer specializing in a dark, moody style that promotes female body positivity, empowerment, and sexuality. Besides The Phoblographer, he also reviews gear and produces his own educational content on his website.