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I need to buy a cable to link my camcorder to laptop. the cable i require is 3 jack to usb. where can I buy one

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The cables you need are always available in computer shops or electronic shops go to your local mall or shopping center.

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I need a usb cable for a polaroid digital camera for a i1038 model

I tried to find a picture of the USB jack on your camera, but I could only find low resolution types, so I couldn't determine the connector style. You can attempt to locate one by bringing the camera to a local radio Shack, Best Buy, Fry's, etc. to compare the jack to the cables offered at the store.

Some of the more popular styles are shown below:

Some of the USB connectors from left to right; Micro B plug (Micro USB), Mini B plug (Mini USB), Type B plug, Type A jack, and Type A plug.

The micro b and mini b are standard and found "on the shelf" at most of the stores mentioned above - and are used in many smaller (hand held size) or portable USB devices. The type b plug is a common style for printers and other larger devices. The last two are the ends of a standard USB extension cable. The plug is connected to a standard USB jack in most modern computers and allows the jack end to be placed at a convenient location on a desktop etc. to connect a device without having to crawl around the back of the computer on the floor for a jack.

If unable to locate a cable locally, try Polaroid directly, below:

Canada Phone: 888-676-6968
Central and South America (excluding Brazil) Phone: 1-866-663-6661
Website: United Kingdom Phone: 01 78 2753 367
United States Toll Free: 877-456-6055

Good luck! If this was helpful, please rate my reply "4 thumbs up" - thanks you.

Jul 15, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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I NEED TO PURCHASE A USB PORT for the panasonic DMC-LC33 3.2 mega pixel 9xzoom

your camera uses a regular USB cable for connection, you may go to radioshack, circuit city, or bestbuy, show your camera and ask for the a USB cable that will for file transfer, here is how it should look like and it wont cont you more that 5 bucks for it.

here is also one for panasonic:

Jul 30, 2008 | Digital Cameras

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I need a replacement for the USB2.0 cable to tranfer videos from the camcorder to a PC. What model do I need and where can I find one?

supplied USB cable with camcorder part number is QAM0719-001 and available for $11 and another 3 feet USB cable part number QAM0538-001 is also available for $11, both will work with JVC GZ-MG330RU camcorder.
Hope this will help.

May 17, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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Its showing just blue background on the screen wita mesage NO SIGNAL.

If you are trying to capture from a digital camcorder (tape), you have to use a firewire connection, USB does not work as stated in requirements.
Adding to what Walt said, firewire cables don't connect to a USB port. If you don't have a firewire cable, you need to purchase one. And if you do, don't buy a cheap one. Buy cheap, buy twice.

May 06, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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How do you download my images from my camcorder to my computer?

Make sure that you have one of these:
A. Mini USB cable to connect camera to computer. It should goes with the camera when you buy it, or you may get one at the nearest computer shop (less than 1 USD)
B. OR a multi-card reader. Most of laptop nowadays has it. or you can buy one at about 10 USD
If you choose A then
1. Locate the USB port on Camera (it is often cover by a plastic cover) and USB port on computer
2. Connect camera to computer using USB cable.
3. Go to My computer and find your camera.
4. Find your pictures in the folders in your camera
5. Copy by selecting files, press Ctrl - C and paste them (Ctrl - V) to any folder in your computer as your wish.
If you choose B then:
1. Remove the memory card from you camera. Normally it is next to the batteries. Press the card in, then release, it will pop out.
2. Put the memory card in you card readers
3. Go to My computer and open the card folders.
4. Copy by selecting files, press Ctrl - C and paste them (Ctrl - V) to any folder in your computer as your wish.

Hope this help. Any ways, leave a comment if you need more instruction. :)

Mar 25, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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Where on the camera do you plug in the plug for the computer, i know where the usb goes on the computer but the plug I got does not fit in the camera

Your camera requires a "U8" type USB cable to connect between the standard USB port on your computer and the U8 jack on the camera.

A "U8" style USB cable & jack.

The U8 USB is similar in appearance to the USB "Mini" or USB "A" style jack. But will not mate to any other jack besides the U8 style. A typical USB Mini or "A" is shown below for comparison.


The camera shipped with the correct cable, but you probably didn;t notice there was a difference between it and other USB Mini cables - and simply grabbed the wrong one.

I hope this helps & good luck! Please rate my reply - thank you.

Mar 07, 2011 | Kodak EasyShare C643 Digital Camera

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What does usb device not recognized ?


The best you can do is,

Turn off the PC/Laptop
Disconnect the USB cable from Camera to pc/laptop

Disconnect the power cord connecting the pc/laptop and the wall jack or surge protector
Disconnect the power cord connecting the camera to wall jack or surge protector

wait for 5-10 mins

Connect the power cord of PC/laptop and turn on the pc/laptop and login to your PC
Connect the power cord of Camera to wall jack or surge protector

Connect the usb cable or camera to PC/laptop
It should get recognised and work fine.


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Jan 20, 2011 | HP Photosmart R847 Digital Camera

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What is Nikon COOLPIX S560 cable? It's not USB.

You might need the special cable listed from Nikon's Accessory Index Page
(Part# UC-E12 Audio Video/USB Cable)

Check out the link to the camera info at:

Mar 15, 2010 | Digital Cameras

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We would like to import footage from the Panasonic NV-GS 400 digital video camera onto a MAC - is this possible

Yes, you can transfer the videos from the Camcorder to the Mac Computer.

Connect the Camcorder to the Mac Computer using i.LINK/Firewire or USB cable.

I suggest that you use the i.LINK/Firewire cable to connect it to the Computer. The i.LINK port is also called IEEE 1394 or Firewire port. An i.LINK is a black D shaped connector with 4 or 6 pins. The type of cable to be used will depend on the i.LINK port of your Computer.

After connecting the Camcorder to the Mac Computer, open the iMovie Application to capture the Videos from the Camcorder and follow the on-screen instruction to complete the transfer of the videos.

Good Luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Upoloading video from SC-MX10 SAMSUNG Camcorder

You should check the CD bundled with your Cam (Having Drivers etc.) and you will find all the tools required for this purpose. Also you may :

(a) Connecting your Cam to the Laptop using the USB Data Cable.
(b) Turn your Cam & Laptop on.
(c) Use the Software Tools that are in the CD of the Cam.

If you find yourself uneasy to do all the above, contact your Computer Vendor.

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