Camera bag for micro four third


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Camera bag for micro four third

  1. 1. Camera bag design<br />For micro Four Thirds system<br />
  2. 2. Design vision<br />Camera bag designed for Micro Four Thirds system, maximizing the small size advantage.<br />Carrying many lens in small package.<br />Easy access to lens and changing lens from standing position.<br />Stealthy look.<br />
  3. 3. Comparison<br />ILC offering<br />Re-labeled small DSLR bag.<br />Carry only two or three lenses.<br />DSLR offering<br />Assumed large lenses.<br />Large space for SLR with grip and battery is a waste of space for small camera.<br />
  4. 4. Design points<br />
  5. 5. Design points – top<br />Common design: flap opens inward<br />The flap will fall back over the bag opening.<br />The flap stand between photographer and the bag contents.<br />Flap opens outward<br />Flap will stay open and both hand can freely access the lenses inside bag.<br />When closed, the lock is secured between the bag and body.<br />
  6. 6. Design points<br />
  7. 7. Design points – front<br />Expandable.<br />Two row of sewn belt for attaching modular bag, easy to access without opening bag.<br />Expansion module bags<br />Small bag (1x1) for pancake lenses or filter and small accessories. Max 3-6.<br />Medium bag (1x2) for zoom lenses. Max 3.<br />Large bag (3x2) for accessories or small paper notebook. Max 1.<br />Zippered door to accessories bay<br />Rarely used accessories such as spare battery. Located under camera.<br />
  8. 8. Design points – rear<br />
  9. 9. Design points – rear<br />Lock is secured behind the bag.<br />Two D-Loops for attaching strap.<br />Keep it easier to open the bag without hindered by straps from the side.<br />Belt strap for extra weight distribution when carrying many lenses.<br />
  10. 10. Design points – inside<br />
  11. 11. Design points – inside<br />Lens stacked vertically in three rows<br />Top row for small size lens. Dimension approx. 70 x 70 x 40 mm.<br />Middle row for medium size lens (standard zoom and 45/2.8 macro). Dimension approx 70 x 70 x 70 mm.<br />Bottom row for single tele zoom. Dimension approx 70 x 90 x 70<br />Possible because of the smaller sized lens.<br />Under the camera is accessories box for spare battery.<br />
  12. 12. Design points – inside<br />
  13. 13. Design points – inside<br />How to access the lower row.<br />Design inspired by toolbox that open to the side and display all three levels.<br />Top row uses basket design.<br />Empty basket can be used to hold lens while changing.<br />Middle row uses drawer design.<br />Saving space and opens up to access bottom row.<br />Bottom row uses pit design.<br />
  14. 14. Capacity<br />Compact mFT camera (e-PEN or Lumix GF) with kit zoom and viewfinder attached.<br />Up to three pancake lenses.<br />Six with external module.<br />Up to four medium sized lenses.<br />Six with external module.<br />Up to three tele zoom lenses.<br />Spare battery & charger.<br />Flash or filters using the top row basket.<br />
  15. 15. Combination possibility<br />
  16. 16. Combination<br />Separators can be rearranged to fit lens brought.<br />The top and middle row can be mix and matched.<br />
  17. 17. Additional accessories<br />Tablet computer bag, secured to the rear D-Loop.<br />Possible, but not advised because most likely will make the bag even more uncomfortable.<br />Phone or stationary modular bag attached to the side.<br />Need to add side belt to the design.<br />Rain coat.<br />Tripod can be attached to the belt strap.<br />Probably uncomfortable.<br />