Our client is an organisation who are responsible for an area within London, UK and ensuring the residential properties, all built in the 1920s retain the style, look and feel of the period. There are strict covenants to ensure that the owners adhere to this.
Every 4 - 5 years they do a photographic survey of every property in the area. They are about to embark on their next one and would like to give the photographer (who will be walking every street, taking all the photos) a tablet with a low-res copy of the 2012 photo survey so that they can swipe through and take a similar photograph onsite.
The 2012 survey is approx. 18,000 photos and if compressed would fit quite happily on a small, budget Kindle Fire or similar. (e.g. each JPEG compressed to about 1-1.5MB = 18-30GB or so). I am not really up to date with tablets and suchlike. Any suggestions for a solution that might work?