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    I have not seen the cable available anywhere in the six or so years I've been watching. The software is readily available from Canon, however.
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    Canon EOS 1V?

    Quote Originally Posted by flatulent1 View Post
    I have not seen the cable available anywhere in the six or so years I've been watching. The software is readily available from Canon, however.
    eBay


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    The software (with the only update) easily runs under Windows XP

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    I've seen that software w/cable go for 160.00usd before
    You used to be able to source the software from the Canon Japan site but that doesn't solve the cable issue.

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    Canon EOS 1V?

    Quote Originally Posted by munz6869 View Post
    The software (with the only update) easily runs under Windows XP

    Marc!
    Oh you might be right about that I forget now. I haven't turned my "EOS Laptop" on since I printed all the data sheets out in January of 2011. But I've been shooting a bunch now so I should print out new sheets soon and I'll check.


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    Canon EOS 1V?

    As a service I'll connect and print and mail data sheets out to people for B&W film trade any B&W film, 120 preferred but 35mm/4x5/70mm accepted


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    Quote Originally Posted by munz6869 View Post
    The software (with the only update) easily runs under Windows XP

    Marc!
    But apparently not Windows 7.
    “The photographer must determine how he wants the finished print to look before he exposes the negative.
    Before releasing the shutter, he must seek 'the flame of recognition,' a sense that the picture would reveal
    the greater mystery of things...more clearly than the eyes see."
    ~Edward Weston, 1922.

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    Getting hold of the cable is not so urgent, I will keep an eye out for one. As for the software I'll manage to get that running no matter what OS it is suitable for :-)

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    I've been using my 1V for a couple of months now, the first rolls of film have been developed and I am really pleased with the results. I love using the camera, ergonomically it works for me. The camera has even been christened in the Sea of the Hebrides when it went for an unintentional swim, after drying off it continued on working. Thanks again to all of you for helping me with the decision to buy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loulou View Post
    I've been using my 1V for a couple of months now, the first rolls of film have been developed and I am really pleased with the results. I love using the camera, ergonomically it works for me. The camera has even been christened in the Sea of the Hebrides when it went for an unintentional swim, after drying off it continued on working. Thanks again to all of you for helping me with the decision to buy it.
    Great to hear! Mine survived a hurricane and a 20 foot wave of sea water crashing down on me, so I'm sure it will be fine, but try not to do that too often haha. Glad you're happy.

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