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My camera is telling me that the USB cable is incompatible. I am not sure this is the cable that came with the burner or the camera as it was given to me. What type of usb cable do I need to purchase?

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For this device you require a H&B Xline HDMI Male to HDMI Male Cable. It is a six foot cable. Look for it.

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