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Sorry, but there is no firewire setup on the D770.
There is a video output jack on the camera only.
You will have to use big ATA or PCMCIA cards and plug them into the PCMCIA card slot. You can also use PCMCIA card adapters for MemoryStick, SmartMedia, and CompactFlash cards(CF).
Those are your only options of media for the laptop or PC.
The camera comes with a parallel port PCMCIA cardreader. It is reccommended to be used on your PC.
Hope this info helps you out.
I have the same camera and haven't found any software from Sony. Your best bet - and it's faster too - is to get a USB to Compact Flash and/or
SmartMedia reader from one the the digital camera stores (Newer, Simple, SanDisk are a few brands) for less than $100, plus get a higher capacity
Compact Flash or Smartmedia card. That doesn't solve the problem of using Memory Sticks - perhaps Sony will wake up and realize that serious
users are using Macs! No big loss since Sony bundled only an 8 meg stick thou.