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Dedicated album for wallet-sized photos?

yalborapyalborap Registered User regular
edited March 2010 in Help / Advice Forum
Okay, so, I do some amateur photography.(Honestly not enough, but that's neither here nor there)

One of my dilemmas when out and about is that if I don't have my messenger bag, I have few ways to show the resulting photos to people. I'm relying just on my pockets, which means I typically just have a wallet, cellphone, and iPod on me. Now, the wallet lacks photo slots, and the cellphone and iPod both have relatively low-res screens, unsuitable for showing photos except in a pinch.

This leaves me with two major options: Add a new screen into the mix of pocketed devices, or some type of tiny analog album. Screened devices are expensive, have small and/or crappy screens, or both. So that's pretty much out, leaving the analog album idea. In an ideal world, I'd just have a little 2x3 or so landscape-oriented album, able to fit somewhere between 20 and 50 wallet-sized photos.

The issue is, this seems to only exist in the dreams of unicorns and leprechauns. Thus, I turn to you fine folks: Am I missing something obvious, or am I pretty much hosed?

Thanks in advance for any help, specific products, etc. you have to offer.

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