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Searching for firewire-type cable - for a 2001 Nikon pronia6i- DCS-kodak-pro

I own a " NIKON" pronea-6i -- DCS 315; Kodak professional camera from
2001 -- I need a cable to my computer from the camera to store my
photos to. I believe that the cable may have a USB-port end however
the internal camera port is a FIRE-WIRE type (5 pin).
Any help would be helpful.
gregory phelan

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Hi greg. the cable is called an apple firewire connector (it is an IEEE 1394 cable). if you go to the url below you can get information and manuals. as this is a discontinued model limited help is available from kodak. but there is a place there that may be able to help you...midwest camera repair...but not sure how much help.
hope this helps solves your problem.

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