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Store Spare Memory Cards On Your Camera With This New Device

Memistore is a memory card holder that attaches directly to a DSLR or mirrorless camera.

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Memistore

 

The Memistore is a new device that attaches to your camera's tripod socket but instead of supporting your camera, it stores SD memory cards in it. 

Inside the Memistore compartment is space for 2 SD memory cards and the case fits any device with a hotshoe via an adapter or directly to mirrorless cameras and DSLRs using the tripod mount. It can also be mounted in between your camera and tripod as an internal Viton o-ring allows you to turn the storage compartment so you can access what's inside it even when it's sandwiched between your support and camera.

The case is splashproof and its cover can be removed with one hand, making it easy to access the stored memory cards.

The creators of the Memistore are currently looking for backers over on Kickstarter where a campaign is running until February 2018. 

 

Memistore

 

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Toobi_Won 9 77 8 England
15 Dec 2017 12:48AM
Looks a bit big just to store two SD cards and how hard are they to store anyway?
It also reduces the surface area of the camera's effective base plate/head contact surface by lowering the tripod socket.
This could be a problem with larger/heavier bodies, may be OK with lenses with tripod collars.

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