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Digital cameras', MP3 players, mobile telephones, digital videos have something in common. This equipment stores data on the internal memory or an external memory card. The digital images made by a digital camera are usually stored directly on a memory card. Most manufacturers prefer a certain type of memory card which is the reason why there is no standard in using one memory card. The digital images made by a digital camera can be stored in two ways: on the internal memory or on
a external changeable memory. Manufacturers use various memory cards or other storage media and sometimes they use a combination of storage media.
The advantage of using an external storage medium is that it can be taken out of the digital camera and transported without loosing the information that's on it.
Nowadays there are printers with a build-in memory slot, to make it possible to insert the memory card directly into the printer to print the images without interference of a computer. Below you'll find an overview of the most frequently used storage media.



SDHC memory cards with embedded wireless LAN
Toshiba USB 3.0 flash drive
SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive
Toshiba microSD memory cards
Toshiba Exceria 1000x CompactFlash memory card
Sony SD Memory Cards
Sony USB Flash drive for smartphones and tablets
Toshiba wireless memory cards
Toshiba memory products
SanDisk CFast 2.0 Memory Card
SanDisk Solid State Drive
SanDisk Connect flash storage
64GB microSDXC memory card
Toshiba CompactFlash memory cards
SanDisk microSDHC review
This type of memory card is wafer-thin (0.76 mm), weighs about 2 grams and is being used for digital cameras, MP3 players, voice recorders etc. The SmartMedia memory card always requires a build in controller in the equipment in which the memory card has to be inserted. It has been possible to design a card that thin by the absence of a controller. The SmartMedia memory card is available with a storage capacity of 16, 32, 64 and 128 MB.
The xD-Picture card is a new ultra compact memory card with a lot of storage room for digital cameras. The xD-Picture card has high reading- and writing speed with a minimum of battery consumption. The new generation memory cards presently are only supported by Fujifilm and Olympus. The memory card has only been introduced in 2002 and is the latest addition in the assortment. The xD-Picture card is available with a storage capacity of 16, 32, 64, 128, 256 and 512 MB.
   
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