Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm xD-Picture Card
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Luis, B&H Photo
4 October 2008
Summary: I have 2 cards on my camera, an SD Sandisk Extreme III card, and this XD card for 'emergencies'. I almost never use this card, because it is extremely slow compared with the SD. XD cards are supposed to be slower than SD cards, but I didn't expect such a big difference. Since this is the only XD card I've ever owned, I cannot compare with other XD cards, though.
Summary: I use a Fuji F30 point and shoot camera because it has excellent low light performance. This camera only uses xD cards. This is a bit of a bummer because they are rarely sold at the low prices available with other cards. However, the price from B&H was quite good. [...] it works perfectly.
Excerpt: "...being made. Whilst the new Fujifilm digital camera series such as the Finepix range now takes the standard Fujifilm sd card: http://www.gomemory.co.uk/fujifilm-memory, owners of older models will then have to rely on Olympus for xD memory from now on. In my opinion, the xD-Picture Card is one of the first memory card formats that was designed specifically for digital cameras. Type-M / M-Plus cards have been developed to allow you to store even more ...
Pros: great for owners who have it and Fuji camera
Excerpt: "I brought this for use with my Fuji Finepix S9600, as I tend to take a lot of photos first, and then delete those I dont like when I get back to the comfort of my own home, where I can decide which photos are best. XD cards are nice becuase of their small size, although this can make them a bit fiddly for people who have larger fingers, but easier to store, depending on what sort of cary case/card wallet you have for the cards. The write speed ...