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Missing computer cord

I recently came across my old Fun Flash camera and noticed that there are photos that I would like to download to my computer. I am unable to locate my computer cord. Do you have or know where I may obtain a computer cord to transfer these photos?

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  • Bluherren Sep 03, 2007

    The connection on the camera looks like a headphone jack not a USB connection.

  • buckbear Apr 05, 2008

    I have a Polaroid PhotoMax fun flash and need a cord that will go to the computer. Where it plugs into the Camera looks like a mic jack.

  • sha258013 Sep 06, 2008

    i also just got one of these cameras given to me and dont have the cord!

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Does your camera have a usb connection ? because if it does you can buy that at places like walmart,or special electronic places. or you might have to go to a place where they does pictures and get them to download all of the pictures to a cdrom

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  • Anonymous Sep 03, 2007

    well- to honest I wouldnt know where to find them have you tried contacting the manufacturer that makes them

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