Category: Storage and Hard Drive
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not Specified
Operating System: Windows NT/2000/XP/2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.1.2600.2180 / Not Specified
The Lexar Media Digital Film Card falls under the storage and hard drives category. It is compatible with Windows NT, 2000, XP and 2003 platforms. The Lexar Media Digital Film Card allows users to record their high resolution digital images in safe and user friendly formats. The device comes in different capacities effectively complementing the user's shooting requirements. The Lexar Media Digital Film Card work sin numerous devices including MP3 audio recorders. It is a 128 MB card that is able to store 142 pictures when used with digital camera of 2 mega pixels. It stores 106 pixels with the 3 mega pixel camera, 64 with the 4 mega pixel, 51 with the 5 mega pixel and 40 with the 6 mega pixel camera. The Lexar Media Digital Film Card has a fast data write speed giving it an edge over other cards.
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The Lexar Media Digital Film Card comes with Digital Film Compliance which helps to ensure compatibility with SmartMedia digital cameras. The card comes with a five year warranty. The 640 MB card allows users to store many images on just a single card. The cards sustain a minimum write speed of 2.4 MB per second. The speed reduces the time taken by digital cameras to read and write image files with high resolutions. To use the functions of the Lexar Media Digital Film Card better and more easily, users are advised to install the most recent drivers. Old drivers should not be used as they cause device conflicts and errors. The card comes with upgradeable firmware which allows users to optimize capabilities for particular camera models. Recent Lexar Media Digital Film Card drivers are best downloaded, for free, from the manufacturer's website. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Lexar Media Digital Film Card errors before installing any driver updates.