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Hi I think you will find this is a standard Camera connection type, I think there are only two types of USB - Camera connectors - Try EBAY look under Photograhic camera connectors or Just type in on Search on internet, they are quite inexpensive hope this helps
This camera use the same mini - usb cable as other cameras per their website --
Plus Mac drivers and cable can be found on this site -- Ray
From Owner's Manual (May vary from country to country)
C-3000 Zoom Digital Camera
Infrared Remote Control
Mini-Stereo to A/V Cable
LC-41 Lens Cap
Instruction Manuals, Camera and Remote Control
CR-V3 lithium battery packs (2)
Software provided on CD
SmartMedia card (8MB, including labels, storage case, and write-protect seals)
Take your camera to any camera or electronics store and show them what the USB slot looks like. You'll be able to buy a new cable very cheaply.
Alternatively ask your friends if anyone has a spare cable, if they have an old camera they may well have an old cable that they don't use any more.
You can also copy the photos if you can borrow a card reader, although this is more difficult as you have to take the card out of the camera.
There's several standard configurations for USB cables, and chances are, you need one of these standards.
Take your camera to a local computer store, or even a Best Buy, and they'll SHOULD be able to find a cable with the appropriate end to fit your camera. Chances are the computer end is a standard full size USB connector.
Hold the camera as if you were taking a picture. Turn it to the left so the skinny side is towards you. At the top, the is a small place that says, "DC IN." Use your finger to pull down at the top of this area. That's it.
According to the specs I found, it just uses a simple USB device cable. The end that attaches to the camera should be (like it is on 90% of all cameras) called a USB B aka a "5 Pin" connection. Most office supply/technology/camera stores should carry it.
Here is a link to one on Amazon
Take a look at the connector. If the port on the camera is a bit smaller or a little more square, then you may need the less common "4 pin".
These 2 connectors make up about 95% of connectors for common digital cameras.