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Help, lost the firewire cable for my mk2N

 
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Jul 03, 2010 04:47 |  #1

I need to get a cable but not sure whitch one? is it 4pin-4-pin or 6pin-4pin?


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Jul 03, 2010 05:08 |  #2

it depends on your computer and what port it has for firewire. mine was 6 pin on the comp, goto newegg.com and look at firewire cables to figure it out.


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Jul 03, 2010 05:46 |  #3

deadpass wrote in post #10470488 (external link)
it depends on your computer and what port it has for firewire. mine was 6 pin on the comp, goto newegg.com and look at firewire cables to figure it out.

Just need to know what pins are on the original cable, my pc is just a standard firewire connection.


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Jul 03, 2010 06:47 as a reply to  @ malla1962's post |  #4

Camera end is small 4 pin.




  
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Jul 03, 2010 06:50 |  #5

The normal cable is 4 (on camera) to 6 (on the computer) so if that's what you had I think that's what you should get.


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Jul 03, 2010 11:30 as a reply to  @ hpulley's post |  #6

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