Storage media cards for digital cameras come in many different types, sizes and capacities, however, all do the same job - they store images and data in an electronic format. Here's a guide to the most common formats.
Model: Olympus 2GB xD Picture Card Type M
M 2GB xD Picture Card / Compact and durable, the Olympus xD Picture Card is the ultimate reusable, removable digital media. Besides providing a large amount of storage capacity for your high resolution images, they also offer compatibility with most manufacturers xD compatible devices. Olympus xD Picture Cards are the only xD Cards to support the Panorama function found with todays Olympus digital cameras. Type M xD Picture Cards keep your digital data safe, so you can shoot or share your pictures and movies at any time. Their compact size means you can take them anywhere and because they are compatible with a variety of media reader/writers, you can download your files in no time flat.
Compact and durable, the Olympus xD-Picture Card is the ultimate reusable, removable digital media. Besides providing increased storage capacities at higher resolutions, it also offers compatibility with most manufacturersÂ¿ xD-compatible devices and is the only xD-Picture Card to support the Panorama function found with todayÂ¿s Olympus digital cameras.
Fujifilm's new xD-Picture Card is the ultimate solution for the exciting new generation of compact digital cameras. xD-Picture Card is the smallest, lightest flash memory card available today, yet it offers the fast read/write speed and high capacity that today's newest products require. The new Fujifilm xD-Picture Cards are currently available in storage capacities from 16 MB to 256 MB. Designed to minimize power consumption, Fuji's xD-Picture Card offers fast read and write capabilities for smoother digital camera operation. Extremely compact, it is comparable in size to a penny and weighs less than one-tenth of an ounce. The 32 MB capacity card can record data at 1.3 MBps and offers a read speed of 5 MBps.
Computer storage devices connected to outside ports on a computer are called external hard drives. These devices are used to store audio and video, images, documents and various other types of information.
Hard drives are the primary storage devices for personal computers. They are capable of quickly storing a large amount of information for long periods of time. The inner workings of a hard drive resemble a turntable with a number of records called platters.