: was developed by SanDisk Corp
and these cards are about the size
of a matchbook.
: offer very high storage
capacities and fast processing
:suitable for video recording
: smaller than CF cards and are
used in over half of current
MM Card (MMC)
: cards are even smaller cards
used in a few pocket cameras
: a proprietary format from Sony
Corporation, is shaped something
like a stick of gum. These cards
are used only in Sony products
: such as Hitachi's Microdrive and
Sony's Compactvault are high speed,
high capacity hard disk drives. These
drives are so small they can be plugged
into a Type II CompactFlash slot on a
digital camera or flash card reader.
(Type I CompactFlash slots are thinner).
One-time Used Flash Cards
: have been introduced with the idea
that flash memory is so inexpensive
you can leave your photos on a card
instead of copying then to a computer.
This is not recommended for serious
• When you have more than one
card, a case protects your spares.