Hi, I lost my Canon ZR60 DV camera. It was probably in a blue and Black softbag and the opened tapes in the side pockets have footage of Lollapalooza festival. (The tape in the camera was of BM of course)
If that's the one please please let me know Ph 310 621 8889 or reply firstname.lastname@example.org
P.s. Good on you for being so honest. I love my Burning Man Brethren!
Mine was a Canon D40 digital camera. The camera's body has one area with damage, and one of the last photos I took on it has a train in the photo. If this sounds like what you found then I can email you with detailed descriptions of the camera and photos in it.
hey, i lost a whole camelback but one of the things inside was my superspecialfine cannon elura 40mc dv. it was in a black and bkue camerabag. had a blank tape as well as a head cleaner tape. pics? there were alot all burning man. if you ve got what i need i ll pay all expences plus a prize to the hero
Canon Powershot A70 - shots taken were around media mecca, centre camp and around the player on an artcar. It was in a green and black case. - distinguishing features, well I guess you would have noticed the BBC address on the side, or the media tag attached to it - you gave me hope for a few seconds there
My friend lost his CANON POWERSHOT A70the night of the burn. It was in a BLACK BACKPACKwith aYELLOW CRISS-CROSS CORDdown the middle. He also had his keys in the bag but whoever found it returned them to Center Camp (they were on a green clover key chain). Thanks in advance for any info. you may have.
hello, It is my friends camera. I think it was a digital elf. some of the pictures include. three girls.... one blonde with dreads, another with sleeve tatoos, a redhead roller skating, and a long dark haired dj doing his stuff. thanx
It was my friends camera and backpack. The camera is a Canon A70 and there were probably a few pictures of a big red dragon that blows fire, a trampoline and ....I can't remember what else...it was almost 3 years ago. If this is the camera I/and my friend would be truly stoked to get it back.