Copy of a Sony Handycam to Satellite A500

Does anyone know how to get to an an A500 Sony handycam? The camera is upscale but need a DV or an HDMI input.
Apparently the HDMI on this laptop is output only and it doesn't seem to be a Dv entry.

Any ideas?

CCC

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