FOUND ! : on Huntington Beach, CA, USA, on 2014-02-15

On Feb 16th we received this message from Aaron S. He found a GoPro!:

“I found a GoPro 2 washed up on Huntington Beach, CA yesterday (redacted: 2014-02-15).
I had to tear it apart to get the files out, but I succeeded in recovering most of the files. Details are here.
I’d love to know the story of how it ended up on the beach!

http://www.reddit.com/r/WhatsInThisThing/comments/1y1413/i_found_a_gopro_washed_up_on_the_beach_yesterday/
Aaron S.”

If you think that this might be yours, please send us a message with as many details as possible: What were you wearing when the camera was lost (colours), what were you doing, etc…. We’ll pass it to Aaron S.!

Mr. G.

LOST! : right side of Huntington Beach Pier, CA – USA, on 2013-08-end

On Jan 10th, we received this message from Danny M.:

“Can’t believe I’ve only thought of looking up this website now!!

I lost my GoPro Hero 2 in the surf just right side of Huntington Beach Pier, CA – USA, at the end of August 2013.
…It had so many amazing memories of me and bros working at camp, and doing sports and would be absolutely unbelievable if I got it back. I’m hoping it eventually made it back to shore!
Easiest way to identify it would be that it had fluo orange string attached to it (so to fit your hand through), but that would probably be faded now.
…and some footage included epic table tennis rallies and messing around in the lake, plus awesome videos of driving through California to BANGING tunes!!!
Even a few months later I’m determined to be reunited!

Cheers
Danny M.”

If you found it, feel free to contact us using this form. We’ll pass the message.

Mr. G.

FOUND ! : on Huntington Beach, CA, USA, on 2013.09.02

On Sept 16th we received this message from Chuck M. He found a GoPro!:

“FOUND lost GoPro Hero 2 edition that was silver and had a see through case with a black head strap around it.
It was found in the ocean in Huntington Beach on Labor Day weekend. The videos showed tourists from Europe or somewhere else, but were not speaking English. It was five young men.
Chuck M.”

If you think that this might be yours, please send us a message. We’ll pass it to Chuck M.!

Mr. G.