Advantages Could handle additional enhancement of the photos
Disadvantages Quite little expensive than the normal XD photo cards
ONE OF THE IMPORTANT ISSUES in photography and imaging process is to restore and retrieve digital images to/from a camera or PC/laptop/notebook. Our frustrations are always triggered by not saving or sometimes deleting the photos and files either in diskettes or flash memory cards. Aside from this, we are also concern with the memory capacity of the cards and its compatibility with other digital and computing gadgets.The flash memory card or 'flash card' is getting popular nowadays as a substitute for the floppy disk, particularly being used for digital cameras, music players, mobile phones and video games. It is a small and handy storage device which has a high-record and power-free storage features. One of them is the xD picture card which is mainly used in digital cameras and comparable to other flash cards such as: CompactFlash (SanDisk), SmartMedia (Toshiba), Multimedia Card (Siemens AG & SanDisk), Memory Stick (Sony), and Secure Digital (Panasonic, Toshiba, Sandisk).
Having these issues, I decided to acquire another xD picture card: Type H 512MB prior to my US trip in July. The difference between with this and the former standard cards is that type H (high speed) offers a higher data rates and 3 times faster. The card can store up to 523 photos and 18:30 minutes of video recording. Other basic features includes: dimension - 20mmX25mmX1.78mm; weight - 2.8 grams (comparable to a 10-pence coin); writing speed - 9 MB/s; operating voltage - 3V; and read speed - 15 MB/s.
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