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I did not get a USB cable with my camera. Can you send me one?

The packaging said there was one included but there wasn't.

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If its an INNOVAGE mini digital cam, I will mail you the cable I have if you cover the postage.

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    Hell, I will even mail you the cam I have too. I got a new one and I was looking on here for info to give it to someone else and he went out and bought one and no longer needs/wants this one.

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I did not get a USB cable with my camera.  Can you - moz-screenshot.jpgThe easiest way to connect your camera is to go and get a USB cable.
I am pretty sure it looks like this:0e3cc56.jpg

But just to be sure - take your camera with you when you buy it.
You can get it very likely at stores like Radio Shack, Bestbuy or Circuit City.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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