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Sony Memory Sticks

Last week, I purchased a 128 mb Sony memory stick only to have my 3 year old Sony digital camera knok out on me. I'm considering buying another camera. If I want to continue to use the memory stick I just bought, am I limited to Sony brand only or can the Sony memory stick be used with other brands of digital cameras?

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Given the current pricing of 128MB memory cards...

I would not let this be a deciding factor.

Bob

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so are you saying that Sony sticks only work in Sony cameras?

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So far, there is no reason for anyone to use them ...

In anything else. Here's why. Sony won't share all the details about how to use such in non-Sony products. And they want a license fee. The result is as you see in the market place.

Again, you are not losing anything by tossing this card out.

Bob

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