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The firewire cable is available at the computer shop when you buy a ee1394 card...the av cable i know is included on the camera kit when you the camera.. if not included then try to the authorized dealer of sharp..
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You will have to use AV cables and an adapter. The adapter looks like a scart cable connector, it is that shape , and it has 3 inputs
one red one white and one yellow. It should fit in a spare scart socket on the tv and the cables should attach to the camcorder.
Just program the video to a particular channel, you may have to consult your owners documentation to discover how this is done. Go to the channel, insert the tape and press play.
Cameras requests similar AC power supply either 110 volts or 220 volts. The cables connection area should only fit into the camera port provided allowing the power outlet area to s do the rest. Refer to the cameras user manuals to attain the specific cables. Also, consulting with the electronic sales persons usually with the camera detauils to acquire the appropiaet power cables. Once at the retails area, refer to the cameras battery compartment since similar details are provided on the power requriement either cells or AC cables.
You may need what's called a 'firewire' port, which was the transfer port of choice for most DV models of the time.
My contact at the local RadioShack advised me that a DV-to-USB cable might work to allow transfers since firewire isn't really supported these days. I've not tested it myself though. The cable should cost less than $20.00... and if you're careful with the packaging, you could always return it if it proves useless.
HOWEVER, this is what you may need to allow correct transfer from the cam to the laptop:
If you're pretty sure the camera is just dead and have already resigned yourself to buying a new one you could just pry the door off and get your wedding tape out. There are lots of places that can transfer it to VHS or DVD for a small fee. On another note, I have a camera just like it, have lost the AV cable and can't seem to find a replacement online. Care to sell me yours? If so send me an email at [email protected] Thanks! Staci