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Kashmir UL: The First Adventure Camera Pack for Women

by . December 2nd, 2014

Outdoor camera bag manufacturer, F-stop, has launched a Kickstarter campaign that aims to address a long-standing issue for female outdoor photographers. F-stop is introducing Kashmir — what they claim to be the world’s first backcountry-bred adventure camera pack designed specifically for women.

According to their Kickstarter page, the Kashmir camera pack was engineered to be the perfect all-around women’s daypack. This is because the pack’s torso height and harness system are based on a woman’s physique. The camera pack is built on a lightweight frame that allows support for micro, small shallow, or medium shallow ICUs (internal camera unit). It has features such as mesh pockets; adjustable bands; a hip-belt, side mesh pocket; and even a water reservoir holder. The pack is made from weather-resistant material — making it the perfect outdoor pack. You can download the full product guide here.

Here’s a Kickstarter testimonial video from Australian adventure photographer Krystle Wright

F-stop wanted everyone to see that they fully recognize the huge contribution that women make to professional adventure photography. That’s why they’re giving away rewards — from shirts for just $19, a Kashmir early bird special (that brings it down to $139), and the cool Kashmir Bundle that includes a weekend of adventure with Krystle Wright or with Ulla Lohmann for a cool $4995!

As of this writing, the campaign has garnered $3,323 and has still 27 days to go. If you want to know more about the Kashmir UL, you can take a look at their Kickstarter page. Don’t forget to also visit the F-stop website if you want to take a look at their other products.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Patrick Jude Ilagan is a graphic designer/photographer hailing from the vast jungles of urban Manila. Always on the look out for visually appealing stuff he scours the internet and the bustling city in search of inspiration. His tools for mass creation is a Canon 500D along with a wide array of lights and lenses plus a 4 year old (but still fighting) laptop. Check out his work on Tumblr.

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