There are two kinds of photographers out there: those who have lost a memory card, and those who are going to lose a memory card... it's only a matter of time. That's where Memistore comes in: this interesting little camera attachment lets you store two extra SDHC cards right on your camera itself, either using the tripod mount or your hot shoe.

The idea behind Memistore is that, unlike a memory card wallet, you're not going to misplace your camera (and if you do, you have bigger issues to address...). This way, you always have two spare cards at the ready, securely housed in a splash-proof hard case that you can simply rotate out while your camera is still attached to the tripod:

This is the standard way the memistore creators imagine you'll use their gadget, but it's not the only way. A hot shoe adapter is in the works as well. Check out the campaign's Kickstarter video below to learn more or see Memistore in action:

It's a ridiculously simple idea, but one that we could actually see being quite popular, assuming they raise the requisite funding to bring this prototype to market.

To that end: Memistore hopes to raise ~$48,000 in funding on Kickstarter. As of this writing, you can still grab an early backer deal and get your own Memistore for just $20 AUD (~$15 USD), half the price it will cost if and when this little creation goes retail. And the first shipment to early backers is scheduled for May of 2018.

For more info, or if you'd like to order one or two of these for yourself, head over to the Kickstarter campaign page.