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I HAVE AN ISTART 1359 AND WOULD LIKE TO CONNECT MY PANASONIC NV-GS11EB DV CAMERA TO IT IVE BEEN TOLD I NEED A FIREWIRE CARD IS THERE A CERTAIN TYPE I NEED AND HOW WOULD I FIT IT HOW DO I OPEN MY PC TO CONNECT IT.

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Any pci firewire card will work,
go here for your pc manual:
http://support.packardbell.com/uk/item/index.php?pn=PB49300701&g=2000

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