LOST! : on Pila – Val d’Aosta, Italy, on 2014-02-??

On Feb 20th, we received this message from Alexandre D. P.:

“Hi! I Lost my GoPro Camera model Hero3 at the snow in the mountains of Pila-Val Aosta (Italy). It was attached to my snowboard with  the adhesive attach.
The memory card pictures of myself in Milan, Garibaldi’s statue in Milan, a picture of me and friends on the lift, me wearing a red and yellow jacket and a blue heat. A video of me going down the hill with the camera attached to the snowboard.
Thanks to the finder to contact TheLostGoPro.com.
Reward if found! Alex.
Alexandre D. P.”

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

Mr. G.

FOUND! : on a slope, Marilleva 1400, Italy, on 2014-01-21

On Feb 7th we received this message from Blashaque . He found a GoPro!:

“FOUND! : on a slope, Marilleva 1400, Italy, on 2014-01-21

I found a GoPro H3 Black on a slope. The footage was with a snowboarder guy. I found it in the middle of Marilleva 1400 and Monte Vigo on a ‘blue slope’ (for beginners). If U think it is yours, pls write SN or something that could recognize your property and/or describe the content of the footage.
Blashaque”

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 Blashaque!

Mr. G.

FOUND ! : in Livigno, Italy, on 2014-02-06

On Feb 11th we received this message from Greg. He found a GoPro!:

“Livigno, Italy, on 2014-02-06
This is your lucky day 🙂
Last week, on Thursday 06/02/2014 in Livigno Italy on the ski lift Sky Dancer I found a GoPro camera.
The owner of the camera, if you are reading this message, please send on my e-mail address (Greg.XXXX@YYYY.ZZZZ) the following information:
a) the specific characteristics of the camera?
b) the characteristics of your ski clothes (brand, colours trousers, jacket and zippers)?
c) what you ride and what technique?
Please send a very accurate description, because the only way you’ll find me to return the camera.
Greg”

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 Greg!

Mr. G.

LOST! : during skiing on the slope, Passo del Tonale, Italy, on 2014-01-21

On Jan 30th, we received this message from Vitek K.:

“Hi! I Lost my GoPro Camera Hero3 black during skiing on the slope called “Blaise” in Passo del Tonale (Italy). SanDisc 32GB inside with e.g. selfie photos and videos (camera attached to the ski).
Thanks to the finder to contact theLostGoPro.com. Reward if found! Vitek”

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

Mr. G.

LOST! : on Blesaccia run, Livigno, Italy, on 2014-01-13

On Jan 13th, we received this message from Karel:

“Today while skiing in Livigno, Italy on Blesaccia run my 2 day’s old cam went of my ski at 11:00. When I got back 10 min. later I couldn’t find it any more.
Karel”

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

Mr. G.

LOST! : in Port of Bari (Eastern Italy), on 2013-03-23

On Nov 13th, we received this message from Rob S.:

“I know this is a little late, but hey worth a shot. My GoPro Hero2 fell into the Port of Bari (Eastern Italy) on Saturday, March 23, 2013 waiting for a ferry to Greece. Would love to at least get the memory card back! Thanks for the help
Rob S.”

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

Mr. G.

 

LOST! : in Massone climbing Sector C, Arco, Italy on 2013-10-27

On Oct 30th, we received this message from Michael D.:

“Hi! I Lost my GoPro Camera model Hero 2 while climbing in Massone, Arco Sector C around the Hurgada/Over Booking routes.  The camera is in a dark blue sock and is missing the black top clip.  It is sealed using a black tie-clip.  There are some pictures from the day and also there should be pictures from recent trips to Naples Italy and Hohewand Austria.  I would really appreciate if the finder would be able to re-unite me with my lost camera and I will also offer a small reward.  Thanks!”

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

Mr. G.

PS: Below a pic of Michael:
DCIM100GOPRO

600th post!!! : LOST! : in Manarola, in Cinque Terre, Italy, on 2013-10-??

(From TheLostGoPro: “AMAZING: 600th post!!!”)

On Oct 28th, we received this message from Justin A.:

“I lost my GoPro in Cinque Terre, Italy. Last time I know I had it was during dinner in Manarola. It Is a Hero 3, black edition with the waterproof case and a flexible black mount attached. I have been studying abroad for the last 2 months and this gopro contains a micro sd card Completely FULL of memories from this trip The loss of my gopro has been pretty devastating and the return of it would be appreciated and repaid with nothing short of your very own gopro as payment.  Honestly if it’s found you can keep the go pro and just send the micro SD card to the address given (note: TheLostGoPro has the address). Or even better just send the whole thing and again you will be repaid with a GoPro or a wire transaction of the same value. Thank you.
Justin A.”

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

Mr. G.

LOST!: Lido Di Capoportiere near Latina, Lazio, Italy on 2013-09-19

On Sept 25th, we received this message from Andrzej S.:

“LOST!: Lido Di Capoportiere near Latina,Lazio, Italy on 2013-09-19

I lost my GoPro 3 camera in the sea near Latina (https://maps.google.pl/maps?q=41.404022,12.87473&num=1&t=h&z=17). Waves that day were quite big, unfortunately big enough to throw off camera from my head :-).
There was 64GB card mounted inside with lots of films from whole week of paragliding in Slovenia (Kobala) and Italy (Norma).
Chances that camera was thrown on the beach are not to big, but why not to try:-). It would be greate to get back those lost films.
Andrzej S.”

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

Mr. G.