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Lexar Media 128 MB Memory Stick

by Lexar

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  • Stores 128 MB of data
  • Record your high-resolution digital images in a safe, convenient, easy-to-use format
  • Works in an array of different applications
  • Smaller than a stick of chewing gum
  • 90-day limited warranty
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Lexar
  • Memory Storage Capacity: 128.0 MB

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000691IO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 4, 2002

Product Description

Product Description

One of the newest digital film form factors for digital cameras today, Memory Stick digital film allows you to record your high-resolution digital images in a safe, convenient, durable, easy-to-use format. And since it's Memory Stick, it works in an array of different applications including your Sony MP3 audio recorder, video cameras, and computers with a Memory Stick slot.

From the Manufacturer

Lexar Media's enhanced Memory Stick! It lights when it writes to protect against accidental data loss. Memory Stick digital film allows you to record your high-resolution digital images in a safe, convenient, durable, easy-to-use format. Lexar's Memory Stick complements your shooting requirements. And since it's a Memory Stick, it works in an array of different applications including your Sony MP3 audio recorder, video cameras, and computers with a Memory Stick slot.

Customer Reviews

This card has performed well and there are some definite cash savings in buying the non-Sony media.
Amazon Customer
In this case, there's no need to spend extra money on the Sony Brand Memory Stick - This Lexar is great and does the trick.
turtlex
I use one in my Sony DSC-F707, interchanging it with a Sony brand stick, and there is no difference at all.
C. L. Corbaley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By turtlex on August 15, 2003
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Okay, here's the dish - for one thing, yours truly here is a Sony Snob. Yes, and proud of it. When I buy, I usually buy Sony and stick with it. However, I am happy to report that this Lexar Media Stick is just as good as its Sony counterpart. I have had no problems or errors, and the price makes this a great opportunity purchase. In this case, there's no need to spend extra money on the Sony Brand Memory Stick - This Lexar is great and does the trick. You won't notice a difference between its performance and that of its higher priced Sony brand issue. I recommend this item wholeheartedly and have purchased it myself (I use it with a Sony CyberShot P52).
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Miguel K. Avila on January 10, 2003
Lexar has always been the Cadillac of 3rd party memory as far as I am concerned. Yes, not all manufacturers are created equal! (See how you feel when you discover the mfgr. "Compatibility List" for your application!!) I've used their CF, SM and now MS (Memory Stick) memory with nary a problem over the years. You might pay a premium for a high quality product, but in this case you get what you pay for.
What is especially interesting with MS, is they are competing with the "creator" of the format - Sony. Lexar is cheaper than Sony. Most people reading this will be asking "Should I just play it safe and buy Sony for more $$$??" The only difference I've found is that Lexar doesn't support their new proprietary music format - something that limits what you can do with your own music. Hardly an advance, if you ask me!
I am using Lexar MS 128k (2 sticks) on my Sony Clie T665C PDA and Viking IntelliFlash 6-in-1 Memory Reader.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Michael P. Hussey Jr. on September 19, 2003
I own two memory sticks, one Sony, one Lexar. There is no discernable difference in speed or reliability. My suggestion is to purchase whichever one costs less - and that typically is the Lexar.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Roberto K. Cho on September 3, 2002
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I am very glad that I bought this memory stick because the 8mb memory stick that came with my camera was a big laugh. Fortunately I had a 32mb memory stick from the camera I was upgrading from...but still that could only hold 20 shots at maximum resolution. Now with the 128mb memory stick, I can get a bit over 80 shots at max resolution (3.3 megapixel).
HOWEVER; be advised that if you are upgrading from a 32 to 128 which is 4 times the storage amount, it will take longer to format, and you will notice more delay insofar as image writing and image previewing (ie. after taking a shot and going to the preview mode to see the last picture you took, it was almost instantaneous with the 32mb memory stick, but now with the 128mb stick, you click on the preview mode and nothing happens until after about 1-2 seconds, then you get the preview...). If you are upgrading from a 64mb stick, the delay probably won't be as noticeable. This is the only reason why I gave it 4 stars, I was hoping for the same quick performance as my 32mb stick...so it was a little bit of a let-down. Will I return it? No way, this is still the best buy for a memory stick!
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Rheumor on August 14, 2002
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and found to have *exactly* the same write time as the Sony. My experience with these same write tests on CompacFlash & SmartMedia cards, which show rather marked differences from brand to brand but little variance among cards from the same manufacturer, indeed suggests that Lexar is the original manufacturer for Sony. Think of the Lexar then as an off-label or generic equivalent to the Sony, made on the same assembly line but offered at a lower price.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By C. L. Corbaley on July 25, 2002
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This memory stick works exactly like the Sony brand, but costs much less. I use one in my Sony DSC-F707, interchanging it with a Sony brand stick, and there is no difference at all. The camera recognized it instantly. Both sticks work equally well.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 27, 2002
I took just 3 days for me to get my order !! Lexar stick memory 128-MB works just like the Sony brand, but it's half price cheaper. It's also fully compatible with my Sony digital camera DSC-P71. I would recommend everyone to buy Lexar memory sticks. Why pay more for Sony brand???????????
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Brent D. Payne on November 5, 2004
How many pictures will it store? It is the most commonly asked question from digital camera enthusiast but usually the question that is the most difficult to get a straight answer about. Well, considering I worked in the memory industry for over 7 years I can help clarify this perplexing question and do so unbiased as I have since changed industries.

The Lexar Media 128MB Memory Stick, like most 128MB cards, will store on average 142 pictures when used with a 2 megapixel camera, 106 images when used with a 3 megapixel camera, 64 pictures when used with a 4 megapixel camera, 51 images when used with a 5 megapixel camera, and 40 pictures when used with a 6 megapixel camera. These numbers are based off the assumption that you are going to shoot your images at the highest quality JPEG setting available for the camera and understand that they are estimates and may be off by as much as 10 percent due to numerous factors including the complexity of the scene being shot and the compression algorithm used by your specific camera.

I truly hope this review was helpful to you in determining whether this card is the right capacity for your specific needs.
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