[teknoids] Older firewire miniDV camera on a newer MacBook Pro

Mike Morales m1morales at scu.edu
Fri Apr 26 15:37:43 EDT 2013

Hi Elmer,

Is your Macbook one of the newer models with the Thunderbolt port and/or
USB 3.0 technology? I was recently looking at these devices to connect our
cameras for live streaming.


Their products support a variety of inputs from standard composite to HDMI.
I'm thinking that if you have the composite cable for that camera you can
send it out to this device.


Michael Jude Morales
Law Technology and Academic Computing
Classroom and Media Production Manager

(408) 554-6841

On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 12:27 PM, Elmer Masters <emasters at cali.org> wrote:

> That's going to be the next step, right after I return the cable that
> doesn't work.
> On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 2:20 PM, Jonathan Ezor <jezor at tourolaw.edu> wrote:
> > As an alternative, if nothing else works and this is an ongoing need,
> have you considered purchasing an ExpressCard expansion card that offers
> older Firewire 400 ports? {Jonathan}
> >
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