SmartMedia Card Remembers More

May 1, 2001
With its memory capacity expanded to 128 MB, the new eFilm SmartMedia card significantly expands the number of pictures it can store, reducing the need to change eFilm in the middle of photo shoots or download images to a computer during vacations.

With its memory capacity expanded to 128 MB, the new eFilm SmartMedia card significantly expands the number of pictures it can store, reducing the need to change eFilm in the middle of photo shoots or download images to a computer during vacations. The 128-MB SmartMedia card remains the same physical size as previous 3.3V SmartMedia cards, yet stores two additional flash memory chips. Doubling the industry's current capacity ceiling of 64 MB, the new SmartMedia card offers digital photographers the ability to always shoot in high resolution mode, a benefit previously only enjoyed by CompactFlash consumers. Nearly 48% of existing digital cameras currently support SmartMedia memory, some of which are 3.3 Mpixels or higher.

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