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A Perfect and Cheap Stocking Stuffer for Photographers


If you are a photographer or videographer, it’s really about the worst thing that can happen to you after returning from a trip. You shot memory card after memory card for that video you intended to edit. But when you are going your things back at home, you can only find seven memory cards instead of the eight that you carried with you.

I confess that like many of my friends, I’ve had this happen to me. Those memory cards are too damn easy to misplace because they are so small. Luckily I was able to locate that missing card, but it never should have been missing in the first place. You can stay organized with a cheap and easy solution to avoid this happening to you.

Using the Pioneer Memory Card Organizer, you can don’t have to worry about losing your memory cards. It will hold SD, SDHC, MicroSD, Mini SD, Memory Stick Pro Duo, XD, and many others. It also protects you cards from the elements, impact and dust. But another cool feature of this 10-card organizer is that each compartment flips open and can be labeled on the outside. And because this organizer is about 8.5 inches long, you cannot easily lose it. It weighs less than two ounces empty.

Before I learned about this product, I was one who simply decided to keep my cards in Ziploc bags. But that’s when I learned from a professional photographer friend that plastic bags are really bad for your memory cards because they can create static electricity. This durable Pioneer organizer protects against static electricity and is shock resistant.

And did mention it’s less than $7? You can order on Amazon and it’s the perfect stocking stuffer.

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