Bag maker NIID has launched a Kickstarter campaign in hopes of funding the Uno II, a backpack geared toward photographers and other creatives. It calls the Uno II the first ever interchangeable backpack, allowing owners to swap the interior bag component with an alternative ‘panel.’ A total of four panels are offered, one designed for a variety of camera gear, one for art supplies, one for work items (the standard panel) and one for sports gear.

Typically, different activities require different types of bags, and that can result in owning a few different backpacks that take up space. Uno II aims to solve that via a two-part design: an exterior zippered component that swaddles the interior panel, and the interior panel which contains pockets and slots for various items. When assembled and zipped, Uno II becomes an ordinary backpack with shoulder straps.

The camera panel can, for example, be used to transport a camera body and a couple lenses, a small tripod, and other smaller items like storage cards or spare batteries. Similarly, the work panel is made for holding items like tablets and laptops, while the sports panel can accommodate workout clothes and more. The art panel differs quite substantially, featuring elastic bands to hold brushes, pencils, paints, and similar things, as well as a mesh pocket for smaller items.

The Uno II is made with linen-textured Eco-polyester with a water-repellant coating, anti-theft zippers, a small hanging clip for attaching things like keys, a Flex Power Dock, and a rain shield for use in heavy rain. This model bag will also be offered, if the campaign is successful, in both a smaller 20L capacity and a larger 30L capacity.

Thus far, the company has exceeded its $15,000 goal with nearly $53k in funding and 27 days remaining in the campaign. NIID is offering backers a single early bird Uno II backpack with a standard panel in exchange for an $89 or greater pledge. Shipping to backers is estimated to start this upcoming June.