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FIREWIRE TO USB - please help

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would you know is there any way to convert the firewire cable to usb in order to plug a camcorder to a macbook in order to load the footage from a mini dv tape. I urgently need to load some footage but not sure how to go about it if there is no fire wire connection in the computer.

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