Sony 100DPR47SP 16x DVD+R 4.7GB Recordable DVD Media - 100 Pack Spindle
- Create and store digital video, audio and multimedia files
- Stores up to 4.7GB or more than two hours of MPEG2 video
- Has 7 times the storage capacity of CD-R
- 100 Pack Spindle
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||Amazon.com||Power NetShop||Media Boom|
|Item Dimensions||5.90 x 5.90 x 0.08 inches||7.88 x 7.88 x 7.50 inches||4.72 x 0.05 x 4.72 inches||4.75 x 4.75 x 6.25 inches|
|Item Weight||0.64 ounces||3.75 lbs||0.53 ounces||—|
Now you can create, edit and archive home movies and digital photos while storing and accessing data from one disc. DVD discs capture all digital data brilliantly, and are large enough to hold oversized digital movie files. Sony DVD for one-time recording is a relatively inexpensive way to store data and prevent accidental erasure. They can hold 4.7GB of information, which makes it possible to record 120 minutes of MPEG2 video footage with outstanding picture quality.
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I need to add a correction I'm about 30 DVDs into my 100 pack and they are all bad ...I will never buy this product from Amazon again..I have always trusted in this brand and have never ever had this issue ..I dont know if these are just old dvds or just a bunch of bad ones but I am not happy at all ..I wouldn't recommend anyone taking the chance I did ..I will go to my regular source from now on
looks like saving a couple of dollars was not worth the effort. I had burned 9 or 10 of these before I tried
to play one, every single one of them skipped, froze, or resulted in a pix-elated image. Would have left a zero
but that's not an option.
Called Amazon with my complaints, they issued a return authorization for a refund and I ordered another
100 pack of the basics. From now on, I will stick to what has worked, and the Sony's could not do what the Amazon basics did.
Have had trouble reading the burned DVDs on my older Sony DVD player.
These are the new "green wrapper" Sonys.
Never had any trouble with the "Blue wrapper" Sonys.
Update (8/26/13): After three out of four failed efforts to burn successfully, I examined the surface of the next 40 or so discs. Each has a defect, a line appears from the outer edge halfway to the center on each disc. I opened the second spindle (I bought two): again, the first 38 out of 40 discs I examined are defective. I don't believe Sony's quality control is so poor as to ship such rubbish. Maybe these are seconds?
The DVDs were shipped in June of this year, way past the 30 day return policy. I can understand that there needs to be a time limit on returns of goods that are non-defective. But if one does not have occasion to use a product and discovers later it is outright defective, the vendor needs to side with its customer and get the manufacturer of the product to make good on its claim of making non-defective products. Amazon offered me replacement of the discs or a refund. Of course I chose a refund. And Amazon mailed me a shipping label, so I won't incur any return shipping cost.
My confidence in shopping at Amazon is renewed.