What kind of a setup do you have? Desktop, laptop? What version of FCP?
You could capture the MiniDV footage over a Firewire 400 cable (or 800) if you get the 4-pin end of the cable to go in to the port on the back of that camera and into your computer. Same thing if you can get your hands on a DV deck (firewire capture into your computer). You would use FCP's Log and Capture function (either batch capture or capture now).
Another way would be capturing the video signal with a capture card in a tower (if you have one, eg. the Intensity Pro), using the same type of Log/Capture function mentioned above. You could go out of the live video feeds from the side of the camera (composite video cable or s-video) and into the card - and live capture playback.
That camera is an "oldie but goodie" - I still have mine sitting around but I rarely use it now. It's good for quick shooting, decent in low light and has a fair amount of controls over the image settings. I always ended up de-interlacing, cropping to 16x9, and converting footage to 24 frames.
The lenses that came on that thing were pretty spectacular for the price point (of that era).
Let me know if my workflow suggestions make sense (if you are only used to cards).