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Camera safety - obvious but few do it.

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I run several shops in a popular tourist destination. I can't tell you how many cameras are left in my stores & go unclaimed - some are very expensive & usually in cases. PLEASE put your name, address, phone number or email address on a card inside the case. We have a huge box of cameras that I'm sure people are just sick over losing.

If someone calls & identifies it we will mail them at no charge. I'm sure many thing someone will just keep it but it doesn't cost anything to put some ID with the camera. It happened again today.

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