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09-04-2015, 08:52 PM   #16
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I plan on taking the cable to Fry's
One store I miss after moving here. Fry's was my computer store.

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Canon CTC-100 Component Video 3 RCA Male to Single 1719B001 B&H
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Another pic for the Canon suggestion

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Never mind. Had another look see, and see how it would fit.

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I was going to say it was probably a proprietary component video out cable. It looks like Nikon uses the same or very similar connector for one of their GPS units.
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Definitely NOT hdmi.. the plug is too fat/tall on the cable images you've shared.

Whomever sold you that camera may be looking for their video camera cable though.. hehe
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I was going to link the same canon cable above, but my laptop battery died.
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It is so called "component cable". The cable you have shown the RCA jacks that in Red, Green and Blue which goes to your TV (or DVR) component input Pr, Pb and Y input. They are color coded so just matching them when use it. Although it is none standard but few manufactures use it. I seen it from some model of Camcorder made by Canon, Panasonics and JVC.

HDMI and DisplayPort need lot more pins. This one only has 10 pins. Some cable I seen also double as USB port which make sense as pin count goes.

Which camera you got it with? Looking for a trap door. The port maybe hide behind a rubber flap.

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It is so called "component cable". The cable you have shown the RCA jacks that in Red, Green and Blue which goes to your TV (or DVR) component input Pr, Pb and Y input. They are color coded so just matching them when use it. Although it is none standard but few manufactures use it. I seen it from some model of Camcorder made by Canon, Panasonics and JVC.

HDMI and DisplayPort need lot more pins. This one only has 10 pins. Some cable I seen also double as USB port which make sense as pin count goes.

Which camera you got it with? Looking for a trap door. The port maybe hide behind a rubber flap.
Thanks for the info - the camera definitely does not have the connector.
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Whomever sold you that camera may be looking for their video camera cable though.. hehe
Exactly this. End of story, I think.
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Definitely NOT hdmi..
Exactly. And just to clarify, HMDI is digital, RCA/Component is analog! It isn't possible to convert digital to analog through straight wire....
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