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September 27, 2011 by admin

Hello to all of the new visitors who are arriving here from twitter! If you don’t know about our project, have a look here at what we’re doing!

Calling out to all our community in the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy.

If you’ve already released a camera, or want to release a camera and haven’t yet, here is an opportunity for you to take part.

Our friends at Kodak have kindly offered us a whole load of cameras, to give out to our community in these five countries. These particular cameras will all be released at the same time, and we want to see what interesting places we can get the cameras to visit.

If you have an idea for a great location where you’d like to drop a camera, and are able to get that camera to that location for us, we’ll send you a camera, along with everything you need to get started. We have 25 cameras to distribute across Europe, so tell us where you’d want to drop your camera, and the best ideas will receive the camera (along with some other disposable goodies) to drop.

We’ll then help you track the cameras journey, as usual, and hopefully the most interesting ones will also be featured in a handful of websites and magazines who are also covering the project.

To get involved, all you need to do is tweet “I’d leave a @foundcam camera at XXXX”, telling us where you’d leave the camera, and we’ll select the best ideas and get in touch. Alternatively, you can send us an email via the usual route.

If you’re not following us on twitter, why not? :)

Camera 341 returns home after travelling 8000 miles

September 10, 2011 by admin

Camera 341, after 111 days of travel, has returned to the project and its 27 images are now online.

It’s life started in the Middle East, and whilst we know relatively little about how it began, it quickly made its way to the Walt Disney World theme park in Florida, USA with Carol J, the final owner of the camera. By the images it captured, it looks like it saw some impressive sites on its journey, including a visit to Petra, in Jordan, and the EPCOT Centre too.

If you have any more details about the images, make sure you leave a comment on the photo page for Camera 341.

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