Miggo, maker of non-traditional camera straps that convert into wraps, announced in April that it would launch its new 'storm-proof' camera bag Agua on Kickstarter in early June. That crowd-funding campaign is now live. The Miggo Agua bag has an IPX3-standard rating, which means it can protect gear from pouring rain and similar types of water exposure. The maker says its camera bag differs from competing water-resistant offerings due to its quick-draw design, allowing photographers to protect their camera from the elements while retaining the ability to remove it rapidly when needed.

Agua includes a strap that can be adjusted using one hand. The strap can also be completely removed from the bag and used as a camera strap. Agua's outer layer is made from waterproof tarpaulin material in a matte black color, while the inner layer is made of Neoprene and Lycra.

Since the launch of its Kickstarter campaign, the company has raised more than three times its $20,000 goal. Miggo plans to offer the Agua in three different sizes: Agua 25 for small superzoom and large mirrorless cameras; Agua 35 for larger superzoom and moderately sized DSLRs; and Agua 45 for pro-tier DSLR cameras. The Agua 25 is available on Kickstarter with a $55 USD pledge, the Agua 35 for $60 USD and the Agua 45 for $65 USD. There's also a 'Signature' model that features a custom-printed name, available with a $95 USD pledge. Shipping to backers is available globally and will begin in November.