See also: the Co-Pilot
See also: the Tri-Star
Dan shows you how to use the padded dividers of the Camera I-O. “What I love the most about the I-O divider system, is that it fully protects my camera and lenses from colliding with each other, without slowing me down in the field.”
In this video, Dan shows you what he often puts into his Camera I-O bag. “With the help of time-lapse photography and way too much coffee, I’ll show you how I load all my equipment into the I-O in less than 20 seconds.”
The Camera I-O (Insert-Outsert) is designed to help you carry your DSLR body, several lenses, an external flash, and accessories. Originally conceived as a padded insert to be added to our Brain Bag backpack (the Camera I-O also fits in the Super Ego, Ego, Empire Builder, ID and Aeronaut)
we’ve added features so that it can also be used as a great, stand-alone, shoot-from-the-hip photo bag.
Included with the Camera I-O are four padded dividers designed to allow you to optimize and organize the space inside of the bag based on what gear you will carry. Also included with the Camera I-O is a padded, removable lid system. When traveling from location to location with the Camera I-O inside our Brain Bag or other bag, the lid system is a great way to add an extra level of protection for your gear; when using the I-O on its own, the lids will help keep dust, dirt and light precipitation out as well.
Carry a travel tripod or lighting gear? You may want to add a Tripod-Lighting Kit Quiver, which is available in two sizes: 360mm ($40) and 520mm ($45). The Quivers can be clipped to the sides or bottom of the Camera I-O, carried on their own with an optional shoulder strap, or packed inside of a larger bag. We call them “Quivers” because Tom’s brother Dan, who helped develop the Camera I-O, works out of the bags as he’s shooting, pulling out his lighting gear or tripod like it’s the Hunger Games.