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Canon ZR60 Transfer to computer

Is it possible that there is a model of the ZR60 that does not have the usb port to enable transfer to a PC. What are the alternatives for transfer??
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Use a Firewire (IEEE 1394) card in your PC and connect it to the camera using its DV port

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