I lost my camera

Canada
January 7, 2013 9:54pm CST
I lost my camera and I am so upset. I had pictures on their from my trip to California and my daughters choir performance. I posted an ad in the local area and it has not been returned or found. So sad
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4 responses
• Canada
8 Jan 13
YIKES! That really really sucks. I put address labels on everything, so that if something gets lost, honest people will know where to bring it. My husband lost his phone twice last weekend, and both times it was returned. First time a lady went through it and found my name under "wife" and called to say she had it. Another time I called it myself, and it was sitting in a basket at the greyhound terminal which is right behind us, and we just ran and picked it up. I wish cameras had a "call me" feature so that your lost camera could find YOU!
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• United States
8 Jan 13
Someone found it already they just plan to keep it. but,if they had a heart they would find a way to get those pictures to you even if they are wicked enough to keep the camera.
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@ZoeJoy (1395)
• United States
8 Jan 13
My husband lost his expensive camera years ago. It wasn't so much the camera but the precious photos that we really miss. I completely understand what you are going through. Whenever I get home, I download my photos from my camera and make sure they are on my computer. I do hope your camera - with all your daughter's photos is returned to you soon.
@joycseer (845)
• Malaysia
8 Jan 13
Hi poppoppop111, ouch..loosing the camera would be a pain since you had trip photos and only choir performance for that special day. If it happens to me, i would be really sad too. I had the similar experience too. It was my big day, and we had a friend taking photos for our wedding day. Surely it has much memories and special photos to us. However, his camera was stolen by a burglar. In fact, we are quite upset with the lost of the photos for our special day, however, we are much glad that he is fine. Although we lost the photos from him, but knowing that he is fine and unhurt is a good news to us. So, what is lost is lost....but as long as we have special ones with us, photos can be taken again.