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SanDisk 128 MB CompactFlash Card

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  • CompactFlash memory card
  • 128 MB storage capacity
  • For use with digital devices requiring high memory capacity
  • Ultrasmall removable data storage system
  • Built-in industry-standard compatibility
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Product Description

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SanDisk's 128 MB CompactFlash memory card features high storage capacity and runs on many popular digital cameras, hand-held PCs, and other memory-driven products. Thorough testing in SanDisk's assurance lab ensures that its CompactFlash cards are compatible with a wide range of devices. Because the cards are so small, you can keep one in your pocket and never get caught short of memory.

From the Manufacturer

CompactFlash is the world's most popular removable mass storage device. The CompactFlash card is about the size of a matchbook and only weighs half an ounce. The card was designed based on the popular PC Card (PCMCIA) standard and can easily be slipped into these slots with the use of a low-cost adapter. CompactFlash technology has resulted in the introduction of a new class of advanced, small, lightweight, low-power mobile products that significantly increases the productivity and enhances the lifestyle of millions of people. These products include digital cameras, digital music players, desktop computers, handheld PCs (HPCs), personal communicators, Palm PCs, Auto PCs, digital voice recorders and photo printers. SanDisk, the inventor of this product, has led the market for CompactFlash since its inception. This model has enough storage to hold more than two hours of compressed music, or dozens of digital pictures.

Fast
High transfer rate for fast copy/download operations.

Efficient
High storage capacity, with non-volatile solid-state memory that has no moving parts to conserve battery power and maximize battery life in small portable devices. The card has an operating shock rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a 10-foot drop to the floor.

Compatible
This product works with all digital cameras, handheld PCs, digital audio players, and other devices that feature a CompactFlash slot.


Product Details

Product Manual [550kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 0.1 inches ; 1.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000488VI
  • Item model number: SDMB-32-771
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 21, 2002

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: SanDisk
  • Model: SDMB-32-771
  • Memory Storage Capacity: 128.0 MB

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Glad I made the purchase.
J. Suh
I have a one-megapixel digital camera; at full resolution and highest quality, this puppy will hold close to 500 pictures.
shri
I have been very happy with this CompactFlash card.
John Adorador

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

78 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Bibliophile on September 20, 2000
About a year ago, I purchased a Nikon Coolpix 950 digital camera. The "wimpy" 8 MB CompactFlash card that came with the unit would only hold one (1) uncompressed, high-resolution picture - I needed more. I started looking and found this; the SanDisk 128 MB CompactFlash. I read on the Nikon technical support web page that SanDisk is the OEM for Nikon's CompactFlash cards, so I felt pretty safe selecting this card. The only question I had was "would my Coolpix 950 work with a card this large?" The answer is a resounding YES! (according to friends, it will work in the new Coolpix 990 also)
The card formatted in the camera perfectly and has simply worked for the past nine months. I shoot all pictures in high resolution with a moderate compression level, allowing me to store more than 110 - 2.1 MegaPixel pictures in the camera - plenty for me. Recently, we took a five-day trip to Disney World - this card captured ALL of our pictures perfectly. If you get this, check out one of the USB card readers as well - the serial connection is just way too slow for transferring this much data.
Executive Summary: Buy it now.
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48 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 3, 2002
Verified Purchase
One of the "must-haves" for digital cameras is the ability to store a significant number of pictures. The SanDisk 128Mb card provided the ability to store over 700, which was adequate for our upcoming two-week vacation.
Why the SanDisk? I checked out compatibility (actually, the Kodak DX3600 required an upgrade to provide support for this product), and reviewed the ... organization's site ... . The dollars/megabyte, from one of the bigger manufacturers, was right. A five-year warranty closed the deal for me. Finally, it's proven itself reliable for the past few months. NO problems whatsoever.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By ksuwildkat on March 29, 2002
I bought this about 10 hours before leaving for Disney World. I use it in a Nikon Coolpix 700 (2.1 mp) set at the basic mode (1600 x 1200, apx 240k per pic with full compression). I took 471 pictures and had room for over 100 more. Download of 108 meg with a USB card reader took about 5 minutes. A side effect I had not counted on was that write times increased as the card got full. With a 16MB card I never noticed this but toward the end of 128MB the delay was very noticeable. "Boot time" (pause after turning on the camera) was increased too. Again, something that was never an issue with a smaller card. A good reason to hang on to your older, smaller ram cards for things like sporting events frames per second are important. If picture quality is essential to your work, the size fo the card makes full TIFF images (8 meg per) a viable option. Memory may not be cheaper for a long time. I paid the same for this card that I paid for a 16MB card 2 years ago. Highly recomended.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By John Adorador on August 23, 2001
I have been very happy with this CompactFlash card. It is used on my Kodak digital camera, and is very fast at saving the pictures. On this one flash card I can hold 307 highest quality pictures (8x10) before I have to change over to the original flash card that came with my camera. I highly recommend spending the extra money to get a 128 MB flash card if you are into digital photography.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 21, 2002
If you think all CompactFlash cards are created alike, think again!! The SanDisk card is perfectly functional, but read/write times are very slow compared to other similarly-priced cards that are on the market. Check out products by Ridata and Transcend. These cards go for about the same price (or less) than the SanDisk products but are much faster. The only problem is that they are somewhat hard to find.
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64 of 79 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 11, 2001
I have been researching and researching to determine if the SanDisk, Lexar, and Viking cards all had the same quality standards, read and write speeds, compatibility, etc.
I could not understand why the Viking cards tended to be less expensive (sometimes by quite a large delta), so assumed that there had to be some difference in quality.
SanDisk answered my question yesterday when they filed a lawsuit against Viking Components for purchasing the Lexar internal components for their CompactFlash cards (SanDisk had earlier sued Lexar, too) stating that they are infringing upon SanDisk's patents on the components.
Other than a lot of legal jargon, this tells me that the three cards: SanDisk, Lexar, and Viking are so similar in design, quality, speed, compatibility, etc. that they are able to get into lawsuits about it.
It also tells me one more thing--Lexar and Viking must be SanDisk's biggest competitors because they are the companies they are attacking first.
Kudos to Viking for building a product so similar in design, quality, performance, compatibility, etc. to their competitors but still willing to sell the product at a lower price to the consumer.
P.S. Viking is a very reputable company, I am sure that this matter doesn't deal with them directly. I would assume that it will go back to a battle between SanDisk and Lexar, after all the only thing Viking did was purchase a quality component from Lexar in order to build their flash cards to the highest quality standard.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By x84227 on October 26, 2002
I used this 128MB Sandisk CF card with my Nikon 885 digital camera on a recent trip to Vietnam. While it does store plenty of high quality images, the issue I have with this card is the read/write rate. As the card fills up with pictures it becomes slow to store the picture you just took. I estimate that this took up to 15 seconds, an eternity while waiting to take another picture. Even more painful is reviewing and deleting pictures. Going through thumbnails of about 100 pictures took 5-10 minutes as the camera struggled to read from the memory card. I also took along a Lexar 16MB 8X card that displayed my pictures almost instantaneously. This is a lower capacity card but it gave me a comparison. Sandisk doesn't do a very good job of stating its read/write speeds. These speeds(along with # of MBs) is what distinguishes mainstream from professional quality cards. Professional photographers don't have time to wait to take another picture or review their older pictures. I am buying a large capacity Lexar 12X card to be my primary high storage card and the Sandisk card will be my backup for overflow situations.
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