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Help Identifying 20 Pin Io

Hey guys I'm trying to see if anyone can identify this 20 pin IO male and female connector. Its super tiny. It connects a camera to a PCB board. I'd like to add a ribbon cable between the two pcbs, and I hope this in not OEM from the manufacturer. The camera is called Chat Cam from Digital Innovations.

Here are a couple pics. Any help would be greatly appreciated. It looks to be 1mm pitch, 13mm wide.

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Female end
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#2  
By no means a pretty solution:
https://www.adafruit.com/product/1952?gclid=Cj0KEQjwyZjKBRDu--WG9ayT_ZEBEiQApZBFuDDKJbMORHDl1IV3R_9OXFM1fw00w66ttzDA11xSaSkaAopD8P8HAQ

Have you tried finding an email address for the manufacture? Sometimes I have good luck with odd ball questions like "hey I'm putting you'r camera in a robot, what kinda of cable can I use here." - because an email for them like that is way more fun than the usually "My Webcam doesn't work, this software is junk!"
#4  
those look like the Samtec connectors we use at my job now.
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#5  
Thanks everyone. In the end after a box full of cameras I went back to an ELP camera that I didn't think would fit. Well ya know what! A lovely load of grinding and patching and sanding got a pretty good fit.

One issue I had was once the camera was in place you could still see a little white halo around where the silicone skin was. I've ground enough plastic to get it to fit without the halo effect. Not pretty but functional.

Thanks again.