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Old 07-26-09, 11:11 AM   #1
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Does anyone need SmartMedia cards?

My ancient (ca. 2000) digital camera just gave up the photographic ghost this morning. I had only recently purchased the largest supported media card for it (64MB) and I hate to throw that new one and the other cards out if someone out there is still using equipment that uses SmartMedia.

I have three cards: the original 4MB (came with the camera, hardly ever used), a 16MB which was used a lot, and the 64MB which again, was only used sporadically over the last 6-7 months.

PM me if interested and they'll be on their way to you.
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Old 07-26-09, 03:10 PM   #2
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K, they're taken.
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Old 07-26-09, 04:23 PM   #3
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SmartMedia cards were cool when they first came out. I remember the original Yamaha Motif that dropped a floppy drive in return for having a SM card. However, the bad thing is that due to the design of the card, the max size if 128MB, so this would be a great thing for MIDI, but for actual mixing and manipulation of uncompressed audio files, it wasn't that usable.

However, other formats have long since overtaken it. SD cards are the de facto standard these days, where one can buy cards up to 32 gigs.
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whoops - no they're not!

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