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Allows direct connection from camera to a computer or printer.
Supplied with select COOLPIX cameras.

USB Cable allows direct connection from camera to computer or printer.
Length: approx. 4.5 ft.
UC-E6 USB Cable 2.1 5 7 7
kodak that i had took better pics ! s4300 only less than two months old and usb cabe -uc-e6 connecter is so small that pins broke & now i cant charge camera without buying a new cable ,,,,,,what a piece of junk ! September 22, 2012
Don't do it!!! My USB cable died the third time I used it. This is a poor design. Save your money. September 22, 2011
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UC_E6 cable ends

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Hi is there a name or number for the smaller end on this cable?
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This is not a micro-usb. Both the micro-a and micro-b are thinner than this connection. The micro-a is a rectangular shape. The micro-b is the same style used on most smartphones today. It has the same cut-corner design, but is wider at the base and has a thinner profile than the connector used on the Nikon. The UC-E6 is a proprietary design used by Nikon, and most electronic stores do not carry it.
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So is it micro A, Micro B, or Micro AB??
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Answer: 
This connector is used on a number of digicam brands. Generally, it is described as a: USB Mini B 8 pin flat type connector.
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Answer: 
Micro USB connector.
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does this work with the coolpix s205?

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Usually once or twice. Then it dies. And Nikon provides no warranty.
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Yes, the UC-E6 USB cable is compatible with the COOLPIX s205.
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What USB Cable is compatible with the Coolpix S52 Camera?

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I believe the UC-E6 USB cable is supposed to work with all Coolpix cameras, but if you want one from Nikon, buy several. They only work a couple of times before dying and Nikon gives no warranty.
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You can use the UC-E13 USB cable,
 
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Does this cable allow me to charge my camera?

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I bought this camera right before I went on a trip to England. When I plug this into both my computer and my camera nothing happens. Also I cannot figure out how to get the SD card out. After reading other comments about this camera and cord, I believe mine might be damaged. Could someone help me with one of these problems?
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It would help if you told us the model number of your camera, but it might well be like the S3100 Coolpix.

It's just possible that your battery is fully charged, but you should see at least momentary signs of life at the camera if the computer is on. Modern computers don't totally shut down when they're "off"; mine keeps USB power on always, so I can charge with the computer off. (Of course, if you disconnect the power cord, everything is off.)

If the computer is up and running, connecting the camera should set things up (takes some seconds) so it's ready to transfer photos to the computer. (Look at your desktop.)

For removing your SD card, best bet is to see the Quick Start Guide. Try pushing the card in farther; that might trip a little ejector spring which will push it out far enough so you can easily grip it. (Be careful of static!) When you insert the card, it compresses that spring, and a latch holds it until you push in again.
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Plug in the camera to the computer then turn the camera on. This cord will allow you to transfer the images to the computer. This cord will not charge your camera. Post another question asking how to get your SD card out and tell what camera you have so we can help you.
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I have S3000 and lost USB cable

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I bought camera from Staples, they do not have replacement accessories. How do I get another cable and 120v charger?
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Try a good camera company; unfortunately, buying those separately is rather costly.
The USB connector at the camera might be unusual; on my S3100, it's microminiature, and the original cable is really important.
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You can go to our Nikon Store (shop.nikonusa.com). The charger is the MH-63 and the USB cable is the UC-E6.
 
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For Nikon Coolpix S-8100: How to move photos from camera Internal memory to SD card or Computer...

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Camera internal memory is full and so I would like to move those photos to a Card or Computer...
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I assume that you have the SD card in the camera. See the camera manual (it might be on CD-ROM, unfortunately) for the menu commands to move those photos. If you want to move from internal memory to computer, you might need to temporarily remove the SD card from the camera. (Do be sure your SD card is OK for your camera; I don't think all of them are. SDHC is probably OK.)

To move the photos to your computer, in most instances, you simply need to have the operating system up and running. Then, connect the camera via its accessory cable to a USB connector on the computer. (If you have an old computer without an USB connector, you need to consult a computer expert!) Modern operating systems (and Nikon!) try hard to make it easy to transfer your photos to a computer.
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Please see page # 119 of the user's manual for the COOLPIX s8100 for instructions on how to transfer pictures from the internal memory to memory card. If you want to transfer the pictures to a computer, just conect the camera to it and start transfer.
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Does this power cord support 220V?

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I understand that the ac adapter support 220v but what about the power cord?
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If you have a camera that runs on 110 v (e.g., purchased in the US) and you want to charge it in Europe, for example (220v), then the converter that came with your camera should convert the current, as it most likely supports 110-240 v - but please check your converter to make sure. Mine came with eh-69p, which supports 110-240 v. You would only need a plug adapter for the converter.

I am no expert, but I believe that when the converter is plugged in (via the plug adapter), it converts the current from 220 to 110 and the 110 current runs up the cord into your device, which means you would not need a special cord that supports 220. The cord that came with the camera should work fine.
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Nikon cameras have an auto switching (from 100v to 240V 50hz/60hz) battery charger that will work in most countries around the world. A/C adapters have similar characteristics. Always check the specification plate on your other battery chargers or A/C adapters as third party products may not support dual voltage systems. We do not suggest the use of third party battery chargers and A/C adapters with Nikon equipment.
Note that the cord included with the Nikon charger or A/C adapter is designed for 110 volt use only. A power cord suitable for the local power system should be obtained on arrival, most airport shops and computer suppliers will carry these items which are typically used for laptop conmputer power supply connections. Be sure that the new cord you buy fits the Nikon adapter you wish to use it with and that it is rated for the voltage in your new location. While not recommended, a simple plug adapter may be used, but caution should be taken as the cord Nikon supplies is not rated for the higher voltage and may heat or fail.
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is it a micro usb connector

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No it is not. On one end of the cable its a standard usb plug and the other end is Nikon's proprietary plug for coolpix cameras such as the S3000, see photos.
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On one end yes.
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looking for usb cable to coolpix 5700

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You will need the UC-E1 USB cable.
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UC-E1
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You can find the proper parts and part numbers at this link: http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Products/Product/Compact-Digital-Cameras/26271/COOLPIX-S6100.html#tab-ProductDetail-ProductTabs-Accessories
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EH-69P charging/ac adapter and the UC-E6 cable, both available online from Amazon, Adorama, JR.
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