Olympus xD-Picture Card M+ 2 GB
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- xD-Picture Card M+ 2 GB Flash Memory Card 202332
- Reusable & Removable
- 1.5x faster than type M
- Compact and Durable
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Definitely go to the Olympus website or your camera's website and check picture card compatibility. The manual for my camera was out of date and only listed a max of 256MB and said nothing about these newer "M" and "M+" card types. But a quick check on the Fujifilm website linked me to an Olympus compatibility site which listed a large table of camera models and support. Some cameras require a firmware update to support more. My old camera was listed as supporting xD M+ up to 2GB without a firmware update when some newer models than mine needed an update to go beyond 1GB. It seems most support up to 1GB without a problem, and 1/2 support 2GB without an update, another 1/2 (minus a few) up to 2GB with a firmware update, and a few didn't support it. Bottom line, check the online chart for compatibility first. If it lists your model number and doesn't say anything about needing a firmware update, you should be fine.
This is an excellent value and works perfectly (check your camera compatibility online, not the outdated manual). I can't imagine any reason not to buy the max your camera supports if the price is very reasonable.
We recently upgraded from our 7 year old FujiFilm FinePix A340 to a Canon PowerShot A3100IS because of the smaller factory installed 64Mb memory card.. and the limited number of pictures/movie length (along with having NO sound capabilities with the A340), that was limited on the A340.
Instead of throwing our old FujiFilm camera away, I decided to use it as our bumming around/backup unit.. and as such, upgraded the camera's "firmware" to allow the use of the larger/faster "xD M+" card memory.
"Read/Write" speeds increased from the old 64Mb "M" memory of 1.3/5.. to that of the replaced "M+" memory of 3.75/6. Picture capacity and movie length increased from 33 pictures and less than 60 seconds of movies to that now being available of 4,264 pictures.. and a much longer movie time!
That's right. Picture capabilities increased a additional 4,231 shots.. all for less than a "$14 Dollar" bill. Now how can you beat that!?
P.S. So the question is.. "Why did we purchase a new Canon when all of the above was done for less than $14.00?" What can I say? As a camera nut, what's one more to the several that we already own? (wink)
Some people who ordered didn't do their research to see if the card was compatible with their cameras. So is not the cards fault.
THe card works great and is fast.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works well, I suppose. I will find a use for it somewhere, someday, probably as an off-site storage device. Unfortunately, my older camera could not accommodate this much memory. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Cricket24
For some reason xD picture card are not as popular as the SD cards but I have an Olympus camera. These are just what I wanted. They arrived on time and fit perfectly in my camera. Read morePublished 11 days ago by TomW
It fits my camera and will take tons of pictures. I wasn't sure it would fit my Olympus C765 but I found a chart. My old card just doesn't hold as many pics. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Kat
the caqrd will not work in my Olympus camera I get an error message. unfortunatePublished 19 days ago by chris dzurak