Photography bag manufacturer NYA-EVO has launched a Kickstarter campaign for its new camera backpack, the Fjord 60-C.

Designed to be a larger version of NYA-EVO's Fjord 36, the Fjord 60-C is an expandable backpack that fits 60 liters worth of gear in full 'Expedition mode' while packing up to a more manageable carry-on size of 44 liters (the 'C' in Fjord 60-C stands for carry-on).

Specifically, the Fjord 60-C features three different size configurations that can be adjusted using zippers and the expandable top compartment: Carry-on, Adventure mode and Expedition mode. They offer 44 liters, 52 liters and 60 liters of storage space, respectively.

Like the Fjord 36 backpack, the Fjord 60-C will use NYA-EVO's removable camera inserts that come in small, medium, and large. The Fjord 60-C will also come in the same colors as the Fjord 36: Midnight Blue, Powder White, Pine Green and Graphite Black.

The backpack is constructed of nylon 210 denier fabric with a water-repellant coating, features YKK aqua guard zippers and has an aluminum internal frame to help keep its shape. The shoulder straps have three adjustable configurations for a more precise fit and there's a new waist belt to help distribute the weight when the pack is full.

The Kickstarter campaign started today, so there's plenty of time to secure your pledge. €280 (approximately $324) will get you a single Fjord 60-C without any removable camera unites, while a €350 (approximately $405) pledge will secure you a single Fjord 60-C with all three removable camera unites.

To find out more and make a pledge, head on over to the Kickstarter campaign. As with all crowdfunded campaigns, proceed with caution. Although NYA-EVO has proven in the past that it's capable of shipping a Kickstarter project, there's always the risk of unforeseen circumstances from happening.