Olympus 256MB XD Picture Card Type H inc Panorama Function
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- 256MB xD Picture Card
- Embedded Panorama feature for digital cameras with panoramic functionality
- High capacity and high speed tranfer rate
- Small and compact for the most portable digital cameras
- Compatible to all Olympus and Fuji xD-compatible digital cameras.
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Ultra-compact, with fast data transfer rates, the removable xD-Picture Card has been developed to meet the memory card requirements of the modern, multi-megapixel digital photographer. The new media has been created to potentially support capacities up to 8GB in the future. Shooting versatility is enhanced through the panorama function while the optional available PC Card adapter and USB card reader make it easy to transfer digital pictures, movies and sound files to a computer. A Compact Flash adapter exclusively designed for the new media allowing xD-Picture Cards to be inserted in cameras with a Compact Flash slot is also available.
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The volume of data it is capable of storing is remarkable.
In the default setting on the camera it will take up to 210 photographs at approx 1MB each.
2 cards are likely to cover most photographic needs on a 2 week holiday.
At the other end of the scale, the maximium data setting will only! store about 18 images (approx. 15MB) but at a very high, near professional level. This does slow down the operation of the camera & any computer software.
The size of the card also permits a video run of some 12.5 minutes. Long video sequences do make rapid inroads into the amount of memory left. But there is more than enough capacity for budding directors.
The ability to download from the camera via the USB connection is useful as constantly removing & replacing the card as is the case with the previous type of memory cards in these cameras can, I believe, lead to degradation of the card.
Overall very impressive. The next question will be how to cope with the larger capacity cards in the pipeline.
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