Losts cameras

  • Hi Guest, welcome to the help forum. You can get fast answers to your customer service questions here. We have a dedicated team of advocates who are ready to help. Just go to the section that matches your question and ask us!
  • If you've posted a question or issue for our advocates to assist with, please be sure to check back frequently for responses and requests for clarification.
  • Did you know you can get email notifications when something new posts to your favorite forum? It's easy. Just click the "watch" link right next to the "post new thread" button at the top of your favorite forum. The rest is easy. Now you'll never miss another conversation.
  • Want to become an expert user? Drop by the How to use this forum section and all will be revealed. We'll show you how to make the most of your experience.
May 8, 2018
1
0
0
41
#1
On April 24th we flew from Dublin to JFK airport and my camera bag with 3 cameras were left on the plane. In July I lost my husband and went to Dublin for his cousins wedding whom never met our children. We have so many memories with my husband on those cameras along with the new ones made in Ireland with his family. If anyone finds our bag please I beg of you to return it to us. Our heart broke the day my husband was taken from us and broke even more when we lost all our memories with him that can no long be made or replaced my kids and i are heart broken please please help us find those cameras thanks for your help in advance
 

jsn55

Verified Member
Dec 26, 2014
6,678
6,666
113
San Francisco
#4
I am sorry for your loss, Donna. Did you mean to send this letter to the airline? It's important that you follow up quickly with a loss of this magnitude. Please let us know what you have done so far to retreive the cameras. We can guide you from there.
 
Aug 9, 2017
23
15
3
75
#5
Too late now for the OP, but one of the things I used to do in 35mm film days was carry a handkerchief in my camera bag that had my name, address, etc. The first frame I took on the film was that handkerchief. If I lost a roll of film while processing, which happened a few times, I generally got it back because of that 1st picture. I admit, we are talking the days of sending Kodachrome off to Kodak, however, I've extended that same technique to the memory cards used in digital cameras. I still take a picture of that handkerchief.