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Olympus 128 MB SmartMedia Card

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  • 128 MB SmartMedia card for use with digital cameras, MP3 players, and other digital devices
  • Olympus SmartMedia memory cards also make panorama pictures a snap by taking advantage of the panorama function in Olympus digital cameras.

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Olympus
  • Model: 200753
  • Memory Storage Capacity: 128.0 MB

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00005B5DR
  • Item model number: 200753
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 3, 2001

Product Description

Product Description

SMARTMEDIA CARD, 128MB BLISTER PACK .....

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Stop juggling multiple SmartMedia cards, and replace them all with a high-capacity 128 MB SmartMedia memory card. Olympus SmartMedia cards are compatible with any product that uses SmartMedia (3.3V). Olympus SmartMedia memory cards also make panorama pictures a snap by taking advantage of the panorama function in Olympus digital cameras.

Customer Reviews

I shoot pictures almost every day now with my digicam, and this card has never let me down.
"vrhphoto"
This will give you almost one picture per MB, meaning that with the 128MB Smart Media Card you get well over a hundred High Quality (HQ) pictures.
Stephen Pilling
As others have noted, Olympus Smart Media Cards are needed for some of the Olympus camera functions, so the card is worth it for that.
"rwhiteokla"

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

258 of 260 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 25, 2001
The only difference between the Olympus and other brands of SmartMedia cards is that only the Olympus SmartMedia card supports the Panorama function of the camera (see owners manual for details, but basically it allows you to stitch up to 10 images together into a panoramic image). If you never use this feature just buy the less expensive memory. If you have a need for panoramas, and already have one Olympus card, use that Olympus card for panoramas, and buy the less expensive SmartMedia cards for all your other photo needs. As an example, on Amazon, the Viking 128MB card is ... cheaper than the Olympus.
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64 of 66 people found the following review helpful By wcc2 VINE VOICE on March 26, 2002
SmartMedia is sold under several brands. Olympus branded SmartMedia allows you to take "panorama" shots. Essentially, you take multiple shots while making sure to overlap edges. You then reassemble these multiple shots using the "Camedia" software that came with your Olympus camera. The difference is that when an Olympus brand SmartMedia card is used, your digital camera keeps exposure settings constant across these multiple shots; which makes for a consistent panorama when you reassemble the individual shots via your computer.
This is a nice feature, but not a feature most of us use often; for example, on a recent two week trip, I took 220 shots of which only 12 were panorama. If you are going to purchase multiple SmartMedia cards, you might be able to do with just one or two Olympus brand cards - especially since they cost more than other brands. I use two other brand SmartMedia cards, and save my Olympus brand cards for when panorama shots present (since you can switch the cards out at anytime - unlike traditional camera film).
Also to realistically determine what the price premium is, check prices for Olympus and other brand SmartMedia not only here, but also at other popular commercial sites.
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85 of 90 people found the following review helpful By A. Franke on September 4, 2001
UPDATE: See end of review.
I bought this SmartMedia card many months ago (right after it came out) but I waited to write the review because I wanted to have some real experience with it first. I'm very satisfied with this product and I highly recommend it. Here are some comments that you might find helpful in the decision-making process. Some of these are answers to questions I originally had, but learned the answers to after using the project.
First, I required a SmartMedia card with lots of memory and support for the "panorama" function of my Olympus C-2100 digital camera. (This function guides the user through taking multiple pictures, panning slightly to one direction after each picture. The photos are automatically "stitched" together by the Olympus Camedia Master software that comes with the camera.) I also wanted a card that would work with my Creative Nomad MG MP3 player, but when I bought it I wasn't sure it would be compatible.
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Thin plastic card with gold contacts. Measures 45mm x 37mm x 0.76mm. Weighs in at 1.8 grams. The package I got included a small, clear, medium-hard plastic case and a thin soft plastic sheath. Also included a label and a write-protect sticker. Apparently it offers a tolerance of one million program/erase cycles and zero-power data retention up to 10 years.
STORAGE: At 128MB, this card provides a great deal of storage space - the most to date (Sept 2001) of any SmartMedia card. Olympus was one of the first manufacturers to release this capacity and they did so with full support of the "panorama" feature of the camera. As far as photo storage is concerned, it was the only card I needed for a 10-day Caribbean vacation. At (mostly) 1280 x 960 resolution, I fit nearly 500 pictures on the card before it finally filled up.
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Rick Kruer (rick@kruer.name) on June 8, 2001
FYI: I was concerned that this 128MB Smartmedia card would not be supported with my camera Olympus C-3030Z. I called Olympus technical support at 1-888-553-4448 and George on 6/8/01 assured me that ALL Olympus digital cameras that take a 64MB Smartmedia card will also take a 128MB card. Technical support assured me that there are NO compatibility issues. The Olympus web site only lists compatability for cards up to 64MB, but the 128MB card is new and is fully supported while the chart is being updated. Olympus stuff is great!
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Martin on November 1, 2002
I have an Olympus C-3000, and bought a 64MB Olympus card to go with it. Used it for a long time, never had a problem. When I wanted more memory, I bought a SanDisk 128MB card to save a few dollars. That thing has flaked out on me many times, and I've lost important photographs. Take the photos, and get home only to find that they are not there.
I'm going back to Olympus cards. Memory is not all created equally. (BTW, I also had a SanDisk USB memory card reader. That was a piece of junk too - the memory card got stuck and wouldn't come out! Their tech support said "Push down real hard on the card with the reader upside down and it will come out" - I kid you not! Stay away from anything those pinheads manufacture.)
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Pilling on March 12, 2003
If you are going to get a memory card, why get less than the most available, especially now that you can get 128MB for about [money amount] Soon more memory is sure to become available, but at this point I believe 128MB is the most you can find in "Smart Media Card" from Olympus, or even a generic card for that matter. This will give you almost one picture per MB, meaning that with the 128MB Smart Media Card you get well over a hundred High Quality (HQ) pictures. HQ gives you a very nice 5x7" photo at 300dpi. You can significantly reduce the about of memory used by the card if you decrease the size of each picture taken. For small pictures used to attach to emails you could conceivably get well over a 1000 pictures on the card by going from just over 3.9 mega pixels (HQ) down to just over 0.3 mega pixels (Normal mode on the camera) similar to the resolution of the first VGA monitors, reducing the memory usage by more than 1/10th. As far as buying the Olympus Card, I would recommend it, particularly if you are considering using the "panoramic" feature that "stitches" multiple scenes together to make a panorama using the software that comes with the Olympus digital camera. I understand that this feature is only available on the Olympus Smart Media Cards and now you can find Olympus cards at a comparable price to the "generic" brands. I have had no problems using the Smart Media Card from Olympus. I would recommend it highly. The only con that I can see won't come until they come out with a card with more memory.
Tangent to the 128MB Olympus Smart Media Card is their Card Reader. I opted out of that option, because the only benefit of it seemed to be the convenience of not having to plug your camera into a USB port.
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