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MINI USB CABLE

I need dv camcorder connected to an IEEE-1394 (WIREFIRE) PORT, AT BACK OF MY PC TO TRANSFER DV.

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  • navinsattani Sep 19, 2008

    My problem is :
    1 - My camcorder is GS NV120 DV, IT HAS 3 OUT
    PUT SLOTS, 1- MINI USB I THINK IT IS 4 PIN?not sure - REMOTE/MIC PLUG IN POWER, 3- A/V OUT PHONES.
    sotherefore I need mini 4? pin or? for the camcorder and at the end of the cable should be able to connect my desktop port ieee-1394, to transfer DV TO PC.

  • navinsattani Sep 19, 2008

    Hi can you suggest any special computing company, where i can buy this cable?

    Thanks

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Hi!!!

you can buy also for that in a surplus computer shop
or in computer shopping
center
not in online it takes you time to recieve it!!!

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Hi,

A firewire (IEEE 1394 interface) cable is different from a mini USB cable. Below is an image of a firewire cable and should be readily available from most computer/camera shoppes. You could start here, here or here.
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Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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You can buy the connector form the ebay or even from panasonic site

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