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- Olympus 2GB Type M+ xD-Picture Card - Olympus 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Card Type: xD-Picture Card
- Storage Capacity: 2GB
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These M+ cards are, in practical usage, about the same speed as Type H XD cards. The maximum capacity for them is unchanged: 1 to 2 gB per card. They are shaped the same, look the same, and Olympus claims that they will work in "nearly all" available XD compatible devices.
Subjectively, I am seeing more and more Type M+ and far fewer Type H cards in retail stores for reasonable prices, but functionally they seem like the same item. I am using one 1 gB Type H, one 2 gB Type H, and two 2 gB Type M+; if there is a difference, I cannot detect it.
If you want to check your camera's compatibility with M+ cards, use the Olympus list found here: [...]
Since it's an "Type H" card, it's fast enough for high quality video on most cameras. 640x480 to be exact, which is pretty much SD. It's actually surprisingly good on my camera. You can get about 20min on a 2GB card.
The M+ is faster than the regular M cards, and cheaper than the H. Not to mention it's available in 2GB (which I haven't seen much of for the H version in the US). Making it a pretty good buy.
The M+ is clearly the better buy of the xd-Picture cards... though xd-Picture is somewhat inferior to other card formats. But unless you buy a new camera you can't do much about that.
Make sure your camera is compatible with M+ (most 2GB M and H compatible cameras are fine) by checking on the camera manufacturer's website. Even if your camera's older than the M+ cards, it will likely still work.
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M+(2GB) OLYMPUS made by Toshiba in Japan 0:06:00
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Needed for one of my Olympus cameras. By today's standards is a low capacity and low speed memory card but you need this for panoramic photos with some camera models.Published 7 months ago by R. Coiman
Paired nicely with the Olympus Stylus 1030SW. The M+ is needed to be able to capture longer video. Bought this card in 2008 and it is still working without issues in 2015.Published 12 months ago by Brad