It’s bound to happen to all of us. You snap some great shots with your digital camera, get sidetracked, and lose the darn thing. Then, all that’s left to do is pray that an angel will somehow bring the mega-pixel gadget back into your hands. That is, until now.
Thanks to the Ifoundyourcamera.net blog, the brainchild of 20-year-old Canadian student Matt Preprost, you have a fighting chance.
If you happen to find a camera, and believe that ‘what goes around comes around,’ you now have a venue to be a good Samaritan. Just e-mail at least two photos from the found camera, include details on where and when you found it, and the blog will attempts to get the orphan camera back home where it belongs.
Since its launch less then 30 days ago, the Website has garnered over 400,000 visitors within three weeks.
The good will return cameras. The average will keep the camera and return the memory card. The evil will keep the camera and the pictures for themselves.
I Found Your Camera is a great destination for sympathetic folks who understand how much losing your camera stinks.