Taking the first sector output and decoding it shows:

00 - 00 01 01 - 0c - 3f a0 00 - 00 08 00 00 - 00 00 10 00
00 - 00 81 01 - 83 - 3f 20 00 - 00 08 10 00 - 00 00 10 00
00 - 00 01 01 - 83 - 3f 20 00 - 00 08 20 00 - 00 00 20 00
00 - 00 01 01 - 83 - 3f e0 3f - 00 08 40 00 - 00 f8 79 03

Which looks correct, so I'm not sure whats causing it to think partition
1 is 16GB, is there some kind of special casing for sdcards?

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  linux treats first partition on sdcard as much bigger than it really
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