If you don't have it, go to the Sharp web site... or just download...
Presuming you got the originally included accessories... you got the AV cable. If you didn't get the cable, you need to buy one - likely direct from Sharp.
The other item you need is an analog/digital bridge like those from Canopus or Pinnacle Systems. The Canopus units are preferred because they transfer video via FireWire - which means you will need an available, operational, FireWire port on your computer, too.... and you should have a LOT of available hard drive space on your computer for the video when it is transferred...
The camera plugs into one side of the AV cable. The other side of the AV cable goes into the analog/digital bridge. The bridge plugs into your computer.
I have a rather old camera, well not that old, only 5 years old, but with technology advancing so fast, I guess it's old. But here's my problem:
I have a video8, Sharp camcorder, model VL-A110U. It saddens me because I don't have one of those sweet fancy MiniDV cameras, that I can just plug in the computer and so on. So, how can I transfer what I record on my video8, on my computer? Does anyone know? =(
This was my bro's camera, and he barely used it, it's pratically brand new, it would be sad to just give it away, and it works really well, it's just a matter of transfering videos on the computer. I know it's not impossible, there must be a way.