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SD Cards What do es it mean? Micro cards, mini cards, card only, card with adapter or something like that. Please explain. Thanks very very much.

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These words like micro-mini shows physical size of memory cards, means small size cards.
card with adapter means card will be placed in adapter and now adapter will be placed in card slot.

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