Equipment: Keep Your SD Cards Safe and Handy with Memistore

Posted January 03, 2018
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Memistore is a handy little piece of gear that mounts onto your camera or tripod and stores up to 2 memory cards right at hand. The item is currently on Kickstarter, but we think this could be a great item to have if you shoot onto SD cards.

Keeping all your footage organized is a tough job. Similarly, if you are on a shoot, having to change out SD cards in your camera can halt any production in its tracks. You have to stop shooting, take out the SD card, find another card, and put it in. If you aren't carefully organized, finding the SD card can take some time, which in the world of video production could be costly shooting time. Even if you already have a case for your SD cards, even those can be hard to find sometimes.

The Memistore changes all of that. It is a safe, durable place to keep your SD cards (two at a time) and also can mount to most pieces of video gear (including your camera or tripod) for quick and easy access. With the Memistore, you know exactly where your SD cards are, and if you choose to mount them they are by your side at all times (not buried deep in your pocket with other stuff). Now, you won't miss any of the action as you can seamlessly swap SD cards in an out.

Memistore is currently doing a Kickstarter campaign where you can get the Memistore for $31 AU, and they plan to start production in the spring of 2018.

Check out the Kickstarter here.

See more gear news in our Equipment Section.


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