December 17, 2017

Memistore Mounts to Your Camera to Store Your Extra SD Cards

If you need a good place to keep your extra memory cards, why not mount them on your most prized piece of gear, your camera?

Keeping track of memory cards can be a real pain in the ass, because they're so small and light that they can fall right out of your gear bag and you'd never know it. If you're prone to losing or leaving behind your SD cards, you might want to take a look at Memistore. This little thingy is a storage compartment for your memory cards that can be mounted on two things less likely to fall out of your pocket or be misplaced, your tripod and your camera.

Made of spring alloy stainless steel and black acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, the Memistore houses up to two SD memory cards. It's fitted with both a 1/4" mount and 1/4" screw, so you can mount it on your tripod or right on your camera. It also comes with an adapter that makes it mountable to your camera's hotshoe. Another cool feature is its Viton o-ring, which allows you to rotate the device when it's mounted on your camera for easy access. It's compatible with virtually any mirrorless camera, DSLR, or camera with a hotshoe.

Key Features

  • Stores 2x SD Memory Cards
  • Easy to remove SD Memory Cards  
  • 1/4 Inch mount for attaching onto a standard tripod screw
  • 1/4 inch screw for attaching directly onto the camera
  • Hotshoe mountable with included adapter accessory
  • Splashproof to protect your data
  • Single handily remove cover (like a pen lid) and gain access to card

Memistore just launched a campaign on Kickstarter, so if you're interested in getting your hands on one, they go for $30 retail. However, you can save up to 50% with early backer discounts if you make a pledge during the campaign. Early backer shipping starts at the end of May 2018.     

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Is it just me or does there seem to be lots of way over priced gadgets, of questionable usefulness running thru the Kickstarter process?

December 17, 2017 at 10:08PM, Edited December 17, 10:09PM


couldn't agree more. A better investment would be a protective card case for < $20

December 18, 2017 at 8:46AM

Tom McKenna
Jack of all trades

Agreed, I'll wait for the Chinese knockoff for ~$10 or less.

December 18, 2017 at 11:28AM


Spend half the money and get a Pelican case for 12 cards and just keep that in your pocket.

December 18, 2017 at 10:59AM

Pat Heine

I feel like this would have been more useful when memory cards had tiny capacities, and had to be changed frequently. With a 64GB SD card I can easily shoot all day without worrying about filling it up.

That said, I could see this being useful for wedding shooters who swap cards very often so that all their eggs aren’t in one basket.

December 18, 2017 at 2:09PM