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Cables Digital Camera USB Ports

Confused by all the different types of usb camera cables? Don't know which one you require?

We have created this page to try and help our customers find which cable the require by visual.

Below are some of the most common types of usb digital camera cables.

You can use our wizard to locate which camera cable you require by clicking here. If your model isn't listed within our wizard, then simply quote on email to us which cable you think you need from the below list, and we will point you to the product on our website enabling you to purchase hassle free, knowing you have ordered the correct cable.

The Cable types on this page are referring to the image BELOW the description.

Cable A:
Used on many different models of digital camera's and the most common type of usb connection. Some models of the following brands use this cable for some of their camera's within their range. AGFA, Canon, Fuji (Fujifilm), Nikon, Olympus, Ricoh, Sony, Sanyo, Vivitar.



Cable B:
Used on many different models of digital camera's with an 8pin connection arrangement. Some models of the following brands use this cable for some of their camera's within their range. Casio, Fuji (Fujifilm), Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Ricoh, Samsung, Sony, Sanyo, Vivitar.



Cable C:
A cable developed by Olympus for some of their Tough, MJU Stylus and E range's. Some models, not all Olympus camera's use this cable. This cable has a 12pin arrangement.



Cable D:
A cable developed by Kodak for some of their EasyShare range. Some models, not all Kodak camera's use this cable. This cable has an 8pin arrangement.




Cable E:
This cable is sometimes referred to as a mitsumi mini 4 pin cable. Some models, not all Kodak camera's use this cable for some of their camera's within their range. This cable has an 4pin arrangement.



 

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