Sony MS memory cards adapter

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Rah Q5, May 18, 2012.

  1. Rah Q5

    Rah Q5 Guest

    Are there any that will Memory Stick Pro cards can use to be able to use
    them in other cameras??

    I've looked but I don't think they've ever made any, have they??

    I can put a SD memory card into a Compact Flash adapter and be able to
    use it in a CF camera slot.

    Same with a Micro card into a SD card adapter and use those in any SD
    camera.

    But I have a Sony pocket camera that uses Memory Stick Pro cards. No
    other adapter will work with them.

    Not even the old Memory Stick adapters that were used for the Sony F707.

    So, any adapters for the Memory Stick Pro out there?? Thanks for any
    input!
     
    Rah Q5, May 18, 2012
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  2. Rah Q5

    Robert Coe Guest

    Are there any that will Memory Stick Pro cards can use to be able to use
    : them in other cameras??
    :
    : I've looked but I don't think they've ever made any, have they??
    :
    : I can put a SD memory card into a Compact Flash adapter and be able to
    : use it in a CF camera slot.
    :
    : Same with a Micro card into a SD card adapter and use those in any SD
    : camera.
    :
    : But I have a Sony pocket camera that uses Memory Stick Pro cards. No
    : other adapter will work with them.
    :
    : Not even the old Memory Stick adapters that were used for the Sony F707.
    :
    : So, any adapters for the Memory Stick Pro out there?? Thanks for any
    : input!

    Your original question is sufficiently garbled that I'm not sure I understand
    what you're trying to do. But if it's that you want to re-use the Sony memory
    sticks in a camera that uses CF or SD cards, why bother? CF and SD cards
    aren't all that expensive; and the Sony sticks, even if you could find an
    adapter, might not actually fit the new camera. And the adapter would be
    another point of potential failure that could cause you to lose pictures.

    I believe I've read that Sony memory sticks were rather expensive. But so
    what? What matters is what you have to pay now, not what you paid then.

    Bob
     
    Robert Coe, May 20, 2012
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