What Is the Difference between SD and XD Memory Cards?

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The primary differences between an SD and an XD memory card is that XD memory cards are only used in Olympus and Fujifilm cameras where a SD memory cards are usually used in all types of machines. Another primary difference between these two is that, as compared with XD memory cards, SD memory cards are normally large in memory and capacity; hence, their commonness in most cameras and digital devices.
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