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  • kakima Mar 31, 2011

    What make and model camera? What are you trying to plug into the camera?

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Depending on the camera manufacturer, you will find a small USB port on the side or bottom of your camera. Carefully check to see if the plug is the correct one for the port and join the two. The other end of the USB cable may be another USB end which you plug into the USB ports on your computer. These are usually LARGER than the end going into the camera. The camera may have a CONCEALED port which helps prevent dust and moisture from entering. A delicate COVER may be found under the USB symbol, (look a little like a crooked 'Y.' This is either a thumb pressure cover that you can move with just a little thumb push, or a hinged cover which swings away from the port.

Have fun taking pictures!

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What you are trying to plug,USB cable external microphone?
For USB cable normally the ports are located on the sides of the camera and have the USB symbol on the covering cap.If external microphone or flash check for the top metal shoe

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