Minyi wrote us this:
“We lost the GoPro camera on Saturday, Apr. 22nd, 2012 in three sisters waterfalls near San Diego. We put it on the Head and when doing the water slide, it dropped. Hope someone could find it.”
If you found it, feel free to contact us! We’ll pass the message!
Jayne from Quebec, Canada wrote us this:
“I am writing this email in the remote hope that someone will find my husband’s dive camera that he lost on February 16, 2012 when he was diving off Cancun.
It is a Go Pro and had a black head strap attached at the time.
There might be footage of someone placing a dive tank on the bottom of the ocean as he was doing his deep diver course.
If anyone finds it we would be so appreciative to hear from you.
Our contact information is:
XXXXXXXXX (removed by TheLostGoPro for privacy reason) ”
If you found this camera, feel free to contact us! We’ll pass the message!
Richard sent us this:
“I lost my GoPro while rock climbing on the route “Tom Thumb” in the Blue Mountains of NSW, Australia.
It came off my head at the top of the 5th pitch on Sun 25 March, it likely caught in bushes on one of the next two ledges down. We were running out of daylight so didn’t have time to abseil to look for it. I returned last weekend (29 April) but didn’t find it.
I’m more upset about the SD card than the GoPro, it had footage from Bjelke’s Mind canyon the day before as well as the Tom Thumb climb and it was recording when it slipped off my helmet.
If you found it, drop us a message, we’ll try to help Richard at least to get this card back!
Serena sent us this:
“We lost our GoPro HD hero 2 camera on a mountain in Chamonix, France. Lost it in February 2012”
If you found a GoPro in Chamonix after 2012-02, feel free to drop us a message! We’ll pass it to Serena. Let’s hope to reunite the lost (and maybe found) Camera with its owner!
Arthur sent us this:
“I lost my gopro at pensacola beach,FL parking lot. Reward to finder!!!”
Drop us a message, we’ll pass it to Arthur if you found his GoPro!
Ken found a go pro while diving in the Mission Bay area of San Diego on 3-3-12.
He sent us the following text:
“By the looks of the barnacles and corrosion on the camera I could tell it had been down there for quite a while.
I took it home and pried it open only to discover salt water had gotten into the camera and had caused partial rusting.
Since it was already water damaged, I rinsed it with fresh water, pulled the memory card and battery, then put it all in a bag of rice.
After 2 days I viewed, to my surprise that the card was still good, footage of two Spanish-speaking surfers possibly of Puerto Rican descent (there was a Puerto Rico decal on his surfboard).
The date on the videos say 2009!?
After some messing around with it I got the camera to re-charge and WORK!!
I can’t believe it. If this site ever allows for video upload I’ll do it. I’d love to reunite this camera to it’s owner.
If you think that you are the owner of this found GoPro, feel free to drop us a message! We’ll pass it to Ken. Let’s hope to reunite the Camera with its owner!