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need power cords for DGX camera

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by mrosally16, Dec 21, 2008.

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  1. mrosally16

    mrosally16 Thread Starter

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    Can anyone help me find the customer service number or website to see if I can order a new usb cord and a power cord for my 305V DGX camera? We moved a couple of years ago and they got lost in the move. It was a gift for my son and he has been unable to use it since. I wa going to buy a universal one but person at WalMart said that it probaly would not work and that I should try to order new ones from the company but I don't know how to reach them. I would appreciate any help.
     
  2. bp936

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    why don't you put the SD card in a card reader? I googled and most places say, this camera is no longer available, so probably can't buy a usb cord.

    On the other hand, I do use the USB connectors from any camera as long as they connect, it seems ok. I had 7 cameras over the years and don't remember anyway which cord goes with which camera, so I keep all cords even when the camera got useless.
    But it is much faster to have a card reader. New computers have card readers anyway (not mine, so I have to have a multi-card reader)
     
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    I have used many universal/generic cords and as long as they are the same shape they seem to work fine. Usually a lot cheaper too. Would walmart take it back on the off chance that it didnt work?
     
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