How can I view my digital camera pictures on my TV, Plasma

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  1. Pussysmith

    Pussysmith Banned

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    Hi I have a Pioneer Plasma with just about every hookup on it but a USB. How can I connect my digital camera to my TV and be able to view and control the camera on the 50" screen so that I can show pictures. I was hoping to do this without hooking up a laptop.
     
  2. JediRoger

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    Unless your camera has some other type of output (Example : Olympus has a composite output) you cant do it without a computer.
     
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    My sony camera has output for usb, rca, and ilink

    my tv has input for ilink and rca (obviously) and actually, a memorystick slot too

    sony xbr series 60"
     
  5. xxxgames12

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    My kodak digi. camera also has a video-outport cord/connector kinda thing. Check the manual and cords that came with your camera.
     
  6. no one

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    you should be able to connect your camera directly to your tv...there should be a cable where you can connect it to the usb port of your camera and the video and audio inputs of your tv
     
  7. xxxgames12

    xxxgames12 Guest

    Yea- that's how it is on mine. Only it dosen't come out of the USB port :ugh:. Mine comes from a little jack that looks likea headphone jack on a CD player. Some video cameras have it like that too.
     

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