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EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

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“Did you get the shot?” If you’re used to hearing that phrase while out on a ride, EVOC’s new Photography collection might be for you. EVOC has already offered some great options for the traveling and riding photographer/videographer, but now they’ve expanded the line with some interesting options for anyone from amateurs to professionals.

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

Hip Pack Capture 7L

For the minimalists out there, the new Hip Pack Capture 7L is a purpose built hip pack to carry your cameras. Built with a bunch of pockets for storage in and out, the pack includes a rain cover and can even carry a small tripod. Adjustments to the fit can be made with the VENTI FLAP system while riding, and the ventilated waist belt should keep things comfortable.

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

SPECIFICATIONS, FACTS & FIGURES (All specifications directly from EVOC):
• Volume: 7 l
• Dimensions: 20 x 29 x 14 cm
• Weight: 520g
• Colors: carbon grey or light olive
• Padding: Atilon PE foam in the camera compartment; EVA back padding
• Inner material: Velex in the camera compartment
• Outer material: abrasion-proof nylon 465; 3D AIR MESH in the AIRFLOW CONTACT SYSTEM
• Price: $100

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

Stage Capture 16L

For a bit more storage but still with a ride focused design, the new Stage Capture 16L straddles the line between a large hydration pack and full photo bag. The pack panel features their AIRFLOW CONTACT system with adjustable belts, an AIROFLEX hip belt, and a compartment for a 3L bladder or laptop.

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

BRACE LINK shoulder straps aid in comfort and fit, while the external straps can be used to carry your helmet, tripod, or other gear.

SPECIFICATIONS, FACTS & FIGURES:
• Volume: 16 l
• Dimensions: 50 x 27 x 16 cm
• Weight: 1100g
• Colors: Carbon Grey or Light Olive
• Padding: Atilon PE foam in the camera compartment; EVA back padding
• Inner material: nylon; Velex in the camera compartment
• Outer material: abrasion-resistant nylon 465; AIROFLEX, a hypoallergenic product of medical technology
• Compatible with: EVOC CB 3l camera block

  • Price: $190

 

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

Photop 16L + Photop 22L

For more storage potential and a roll top design, the Photop 16L and 22L file in between the Stage Capture and the larger photo backpacks.

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

Both the 16L and the 22l include its own Camera Block with the 16L shipping with the CB 3L and the 22L shipping with a CB 9L. These allow you to use the Photop as a photo bag, or quickly remove the block and use it as a daypack instead.

PHOTOP 16L
• Volume: 16 l
• Dimensions: 28 x 50 x 13 cm
• Weight: 1310g
• Colors: carbon grey or light olive
• Camera compartment: 18 x 8.5 x 14 cm
• Pack includes: 3-liter camera block (CB 3L)
• Hip belt: adjustable lengthways from 70 – 125 cm
• Compatible with: EVOC CB 6L camera block in the main compartment
• Price: $200

PHOTOP 22L
• Volume: 22 l
• Dimensions: 28 x 50 x 18 cm
• Weight: 1620g
• Colors: Carbon Grey or Light Olive
• Camera compartment: 26.5 x 20 x 14 cm
• Pack includes: 9-liter camera block (CB 9L)
• Hip belt: adjustable lengthways from 70 – 125 cm
• Compatible with: EVOC CB 6L camera block in the main compartment and a CB 3L as a second camera compartment
• Price: $220

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

Professional CP 18L, CP 26L, CP 35L, CT 40L

Need to carry all the gear? The CP line continues with three different sizes depending on your needs. I’ve been using a CP 26L for a while now, and for the most part, it’s been a stellar partner for domestic and international travel when I need to bring a lot of gear.

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

The CP 18L is the smallest of the bunch, and instead of the entire back panel unzipping to access the camera compartment, it has a rear hatch on the lower half only. But like all of the CP line you can also access the main camera body though the side port too.

CP 18L
• Volume: 18 l
• Dimensions: 52 x 29 x 17 cm
• Weight: 1730g
• Colors: gold or black
• Camera compartment: 26 x 26.5 x 16.5 cm
• Compatible with: EVOC CB 3l camera block in the side compartment
• Price: $250

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

 

The CP 26L is quite a bit larger, but importantly – it’s about as big of a backpack as you can fit under most airplane seats. When you have a bunch of expensive gear and you’re on a small plane without overhead bin space, that’s an important detail. To access the camera storage section, the entire back panel unzips for easy access, plus there’s the side port, as well as a zippered pass through in the upper compartment.

CP 26L
• Volume: 26 l
• Dimensions: 52 x 30 x 17 cm
• Weight: 2400g
• Colors: gold or black
• Camera compartment: 28 x 29 x 17 cm
• Hip belt: Adjustable lengthways from 80 – 125 cm
• Compatible with: EVOC CB 6l camera block in the side compartment
• Price: $330

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

The big dog is the CP 35L – which is large enough to fit bigger drones if needed.

CP 35L
• Volume: 35 l
• Dimensions: 55 x 34 x 19 cm
• Weight: 2700g
• Color: black
• Camera compartment: 41 x 33.5 x 17.5 cm
• Hip belt: Adjustable lengthways from 80 – 125 cm
• Compatible with: EVOC CB 6l camera block in the side compartment
• Price: $400

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

If you find yourself playing in the snow as much as playing on bikes, the CP Line can be useful for the ability to carry snowboards, skis, and other gear like ice axes.

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

If you need to carry more gear but it doesn’t need to go on your back, the new CT 40L is a purpose built roller bag for your carry-on needs. Like most EVOC bags with wheels, it features widely spaces skate wheels with ball bearings for easy rolling.

CT 40L
• Volume: 40 l
• Dimensions: 55 x 38 x 21 cm
• Weight: 3350g
• Colors: black
• Price: $430

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

CB 3L, CB 6L

Last but not least, the new Camera Blocks that come as part of the Photop bags are also available separately. These can be used to safely store your camera when it’s in another bag, or you can use it as a stand alone camera bag.

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

Available in 3L or 6L sizes, the blocks have adjustable inner storage compartments like all of the photo series, and a single zippered pocket.

EVOC updates Photography line with options for anyone who rides or flies with a camera

With the included shoulder strap, you can carry the camera inside the block around your shoulder as well.

CB 3L
• Volume: 3 l
• Dimensions: 20 x 14 x 10 cm
• Weight: 240g
• Colors: Carbon Grey or Gold
• Compatible with: CP 18L, 26L & CP 30L, PHOTOP 16L & 22L, STAGE CAPTURE 16L
• Price: $55

CB 6L
• Volume: 6 l
• Dimensions: 29 x 18 x 10 cm
• Weight: 300g
• Colors: carbon grey or gold
• Compatible with: CP 26L & CP 30L, PHOTOP 16L & 22L
• Price: $65

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