The ICU, or Internal Camera Unit, protects your camera equipment and other valuable gear. Working seamlessly with the back panel access of our Mountain and UL Series packs, they provide a fully modular packing solution with quick access from the mountaintop to the studio shelf.
Pro ICU - XL
The Pro XL goes above and beyond by providing critical extra height necessary for super telephoto shooters, and those maximizing the capacity of our larger Mountain Series packs.
Pro ICU - Large
The Pro Large is one of our most popular ICU sizes and perfect for users packing a larger kit. Offering an ability to store multiple bodies and lenses ranging from primes to telephotos.
Medium Slope ICU
The Medium Slope is a performance oriented ICU, designed specifically for gripped bodies with attached optics. The tapered design allows the glass and body to rest in a level orientation and for the bulk of the weight to sit closer to your back.
Medium Shallow ICU
Designed for non-gripped systems, the Medium Shallow provides the perfect amount of space for several lenses and up to a mounted 70-200.
Pro ICU - Small
The Pro Small is equipped with enough depth for gripped bodies and medium sized lenses. For increased versatility users can stack two Pro Small ICUs and match Pro Large capacity in compatible packs.
Small Shallow ICU
From simple DSLR kits to mirrorless, the Small Shallow is the ideal ICU for keeping things tight and minimal.
Micro Tiny ICU
The Micro Tiny ICU makes a perfect complimentary unit for protecting your small valuables. The Micro Tiny neatly packs and organizes small mirrorless kits, as well as off-camera flash, remote triggers and pocket drives.
Micro NANO ICU
The Nano ICU makes a perfect complimentary unit for protecting your small valuables. The Micro Nano neatly packs and organizes small mirrorless kits, as well as off-camera flash, remote triggers and pocket drives.
Cine Master ICU
Co-developed with the Shinn, the Master Cine is designed for transporting large camera setups such as rigged and rodded video gear and super-telephoto lenses with bodies attached. The Master Cine also utilizes a hatchback design for top and rear gear access.
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