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    Default A pictorial guide to avoid camera loss

    Saw this article where a dude shoot a series of photos and place them permanently on his camera to hopefully get his camera back when it's loss. Quite funny and cool, take a look.
    http://www.andrewmcdonald.net.au/a-p...g-camera-loss/

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    Default Re: A pictorial guide to avoid camera loss

    hahaha... that's very funny. But if only it works... LOL

    Maybe in a distance future, most camera manufacturers are able to install GPS tracking system in the digital cameras to help us trace back our lost camera (provided we registered to the system as in the handphone case).
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    LOL that is really cute what he did. Maybe i can try that too. But it better be someone who can read english though. LOL
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    thats creative! But i find it much easier to use a sticker with my name and phone number on the camera!
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    Haha! Creative!
    Our pictures are our footprints. Itís the best way to tell people we were here - JoeMcnally | Flickr

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    The problem is, even I can read English, but I cannot really recognise his email address! It's so badly written...

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