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QotD: Media Card

Question: What is the capacity and form factor of your largest media card (largest in terms of storage, not physical, size)?

My Answer: A 512 MB CompactFlash card. One is going back today.

P.S. iPods don't count.

You are encouraged to answer the Question of the Day for yourself in the comments or on your blog.

11 Responses to "QotD: Media Card"

  1. 128MB (Sony) Memory Stick.

  2. 2 GB Compact Flash... great for taking lots of RAW formatted digital pics.

  3. 2 GB CF for camera. Great for 500 8MP HQ JPEGs as well.

  4. 1 GB SD for the Treo 650.

  5. I have a handfull of 2GB CF cards for my Nikon D70. 6MP RAW images burn through them very quickly.

  6. I have 3 1gig CF cards and a 1gig SD card. I wish they had a trade-in plan where you could get a 2gig for two 1gigs.

  7. As for largest physical media card, I still have a 1mb RAM PCMCIA type II card from my Newton, and a (coveted) 2mg Flash type II card.

    The RAM card had a coin battery to keep the information intact.

  8. 1GB SD card for my Nikon point and shoot 5MP camera. And a 512MB SD card in my Treo 650.

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  10. A 1 GB SD card in my Garmin iQue 3600 GPS/Palm, which I occasionally swap into my Minolta Dimage G500.

  11. 1 GB SD for my Canon S2.


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