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Hey! Anyone Find a Lost Camera? A Bluish Kodak Easyshare Specifically!

#1 User is offline   BluePhantomSniper 

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Posted 23 May 2011 - 05:18 PM

Hey folks! New to these forums, but this will be my 3rd year at ACEN now, and it's been awesome. But, as you guys can see about this post, I'm pretty sure I lost my camera at ACEN, most likely at the first rave on Friday night. To be specific, I believe it was around 12AM or later on the dance floor, close to the front stage. It was a light-blue siliverish kind of easyshare kodak camera, looking like this: http://kitchendinner...ght-blue-10.jpg . Even my name as noted here is in there! I know it's not too likely that if someone found it they may return it, but I really hope if so that they find it in them-self to give it to me, however they can. I'd pay money just to get it back; I have some old photos on that thing which I would be really happy to get back, hopefully if they haven't been gotten ridden of already. Please lemme know if anyone has ANY type of assistance on this, thanks!

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Posted 23 May 2011 - 06:05 PM

try this web page
http://www.stolencamerafinder.com/
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Posted 23 May 2011 - 06:33 PM

I know this isn't going to help now, but here's a sugggestion for next time.


Place a text file on the memory of the camera with name and contact info. Cellphone, whatever.

If the phone is turned in, then they know who to contact. External stickers on the bottom would also be a good idea, especially if your camera uses internal memory, since not everyone has every different usb cable type.

More expensive gear, you may want to look into MicroDots They're glued to the device, and glow under the right light. Pawn shops can use it to contact you if the device shows up there.

This post has been edited by keiichi969: 23 May 2011 - 06:44 PM


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Posted 24 May 2011 - 07:37 PM

View PostShinamura, on 23 May 2011 - 06:05 PM, said:




View Postkeiichi969, on 23 May 2011 - 06:33 PM, said:

I know this isn't going to help now, but here's a sugggestion for next time.Place a text file on the memory of the camera with name and contact info. Cellphone, whatever.If the phone is turned in, then they know who to contact. External stickers on the bottom would also be a good idea, especially if your camera uses internal memory, since not everyone has every different usb cable type.More expensive gear, you may want to look into MicroDots They're glued to the device, and glow under the right light. Pawn shops can use it to contact you if the device shows up there.


Thanks for the support folks! I did use that Camera-finder service, so here's hoping that it's found if anything at all. Also those are some great ideas I'll have to keep in mind for next time. I may have even just miss-placed it, but I really don't think so at this point. Thanks again, and I hope that someone here may still find it!

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