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Sony DVD-R 16x Recordable DVD 4.7GB - 100 Disc Spindle (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Its capacity is 4.7 Gb
  • 120-Min Storage Capacity
  • Accucore Technology
  • Recording Speeds Vary
  • Spindle Pack
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: 100DMR47RS4
  • Removable Storage Native Capacity: 4700 MB
  • Write Speed: 16x
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 5.5 x 5.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007PN5MS
  • Item model number: 100DMR47RS4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Create, capture, edit and archive home movies and digital photos, while storing and accessing data from one DVD-R disc. A perfect companion to your DVD Handycam® camcorder, this 100-pack spindle of 16X DVD-R recordable discs captures all digital data brilliantly, and is large enough to hold oversized digital movie files. Each disc holds 4.7 GB of information or 120 minutes of video.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I will certainly use them again.
Raymond Peck
When the box was opened the spindles were broken either at the base or the plastic cover for the discs was broken.
Wildcard87
I find the Sony brand always reliable.
Bruce A. Stokes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Matthew G. Sherwin HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 18, 2007
Sony makes a very reliable blank DVD-R that can handle up to 4.7 GB of data. Moreover, these blank DVD-Rs are capable of recording data at speeds up to 16x. The data I record onto these lasts for years, proving the test of time. I have used these as data discs, discs to record video and discs to record audio. Great!

The DVD-R discs are compact and easy to store. While the discs are still blank, store them in the circular case on the spindle that they came in. After your burn data onto them, I would recommend storing them in slim jewel cases instead of paper sleeves. It's just better protection for your DVD-Rs that have data stored on them. Don't store these discs, burnt or blank, in rooms that become very hot; this causes damage to any brand of this type of disc and you could lose data over time.

There are two caveats that many other people note about any brand of this product: when you are burning the data onto the blank disc, don't be surprised if you see that the data is burning at a rate slower than 16x. This can happen if your burner doesn't have the capacity to burn faster, or it may be a quirk. I am not a professional so I cannot be certain of precisely what causes this phenomenon; but I assure you that the extra minute or two (tops) that you wait to get your DVD-R completed is worth the wait. In addition, DON'T write on these using Sharpie ink pens. The ink can seep through the top coating of the DVD-R disc and slowly but surely compromise your data--and you wouldn't want that, now would you? If you need to label the discs, label its' jewel case using a post-it note. At least that's what I do.

Overall, Sony blank DVD-R discs store data reliably over the years and I believe that an extra minute to burn the data onto the blank disc is well worth it in the event that it doesn't actually burn at 16x.

Use them in good health!
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By P. Burnier on November 13, 2009
These DVD-R's are great.

Now, I need to clear up a misconception about DVD-R's and Sharpies.

On a DVD-R, the dye/reflective layer is sandwiched between two polycarbonate discs. It is well protected from abrasion or chemical attach. A Sharpie WILL NOT DAMAGE a DVD-R.

1)Markers have little to no effect on DVDs because the 0.6 mm thickness of the polycarbonate prevents either seepage or pressure damage. However, writing on a DVD disc that is not resting on a flat surface will physically distort the disc temporarily. Tilt is a much greater factor with DVDs because the wavelength of the ruby-red laser and the tracks are smaller than those of the infrared laser and wide tracks of the CD-R. The smaller dimensions are why the recording layer of the DVD is in the middle of the disc instead of the top (and on the bottom of the Blu-ray disc.)

2}Paper labels damage DVDs because of increases in tilt caused by the changes in tension across the label as water is absorbed and evaporated. (This can also happen when printable DVDs use ink coatings that can change over time. Most of these issues with the inks have been resolved by changes in the ink chemistry.)

3) Paper labels that are designed for CD-Rs have much less change in tilt or shrinkage on these single-piece discs. In some ways, the added cover offers some protection to the fragile upper surface of these media, but the labels must be precisely centered to avoid damage to high-speed drives trying to extract data.

4) All markers can damage CD-Rs' upper surface either by chemical interaction or by excessive writing pressure (far less likely). Water-based markers are superior, but much depends on the lacquer used. Writing on printable discs reduces the chance of damage because the coating adds another layer of protection.

I hope that clears this issue.

Cheers.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Buey on December 12, 2005
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I'm burning DVD's on a Mac Powerbook G4 1G with a 2x SuperDrive. I tried Verbatim, Maxell, Memorex, Imation...all had a failure rate of anywhere from 25-75%. I switched to this Sony DVD-R as a last resort before I was about to upgrade to a new PowerBook with the 8x Superdrive. I have now burned 25 DVD's without a failure.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Forinash on May 23, 2011
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I have used Sony DVD-R media for several years with great success, but my equipment can't even initialize these. Using free DVD identifier software, you can read the manufacturing information on DVDs. The Sony DVD-R's use to be "SONY16D1," made by a company named Daxon. Now they are "RITEKF1" made by Ritek. Different DVD burning equipment tend to like different DVD media, so these may work OK for you. It's not Amazon's fault that Sony has switched to a different manufacturer, but you next time you buy some media, you might look at the DVD indentification information and then look at this site for some information about that media, [...]
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ambrosial Pariah on April 17, 2008
I will say I am a computer Tech who burns a lot of DVDs and I make sure to verify all discs I burn. With Sony I do not care if you think I am a brand hugger I normally find them at some of the best prices and with a ratio of 5:100 (bad Discs:Good Discs), the best of any brand I have ever used before and still (as sometimes I will buy other types to check them out, or if Sonys are not available).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Tompkins on September 4, 2007
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Sadly, most of the negative reviews here have to do with shipping errors or ordering errors. (The one Sony "conspiracy theory" review is just ridiculous.) If we are going to be fair and just rate the product: These are great, stable disks. I use Sony Media in a Sony DVD burner and get perfect results almost every time.

Using the "cheap" disks, I used to run into mis-copies and coasters all the time. After switching to Sony brand (over two years ago), I haven't had trouble since.
Great product. Highly recommended.
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