Excerpt: Among my collection of (mostly rather old) digital cameras, one of those I've been using recently is a Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P93. This is a five-megapixel compact camera, but more to the point it uses Sony's proprietary Memory Stick format. This is true of most Sony cameras (although a few recent models can use SD/SDHC cards too) and in all honesty it's a bit of a pain.
Pros: Solid and reliable, still fairly easy to find
Excerpt: I found this memory stick to be the best deal overall. Its not a big deal that you have to flip some of the others over, but it's just one less step. I can record at least 90 minutes of video using this stick with my camera. So far this has been a good investment for me. (I use it with my a Sony DSC-P52 camera).
Excerpt: The memory stick is fully comatible with my SONY DSC-P92 digital still camera. It holds 94 pictures rather than just 91 pictures as the 256MB SONY memory stick does, and it even costs less. Moreover it is sold inside a nice carrying case.
Pros: Works just fine although I used it only for one day. Holds 3 pictures more than the 256MB memory stick made by SONY. The price is relatively good.
Excerpt: Very good product at a pretty decent price. Using it on my Sony Cybershot DSC-P32 and it works great. Some of the older handhelds and digital cameras are not compatible with Pro version, so you can not take advantage of the extra security.
Pros: Some of the 256mb sticks are x2 style which forces you to use a switch to access two 128mb cards. This one is one 256mb stick.
Excerpt: I use this san disk 256mb memory stick in my sony clie PEG-NX70V. It can store over 100 pictures from my the song clie digital camara. Its well worth the price I paid for this memory stick rather then buying a sony 256mb memory stick at best buy. This "pro" model is quicker then regular memory sticks.