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    What you're looking at was once a fully functional Canon EOS 1000D, now merely a relic of the sea (the Pacific Ocean, to be exact), which was recently posted on Google+. User Marcus Thompson, found the DSLR washed up near a wharf while on a diving job in Deep Bay British Columbia, Canada and decided to take it home to find out what could be salvaged. After removing and cleaning the SanDisk Extreme III SD card inside of it, he was successfully able to recover about 50 photos with EXIF data from August 2010, showcasing what's described to be a firefighter and his family on vacation. UPDATE: The original Google+ post was updated within the last hour, noting that the owner of the camera has indeed been identified! WOW.

    Great photography tips! I had no idea my DSLR had that feature!

    My Visual Guide for the Canon 50mm f/1.8 EF II which illustrates and answers many of the questions you may have wondered about this lens. Handcrafted specifically for beginners! :)


    Leica CL with a Canon f0.95/50 lens

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    This is what happens when you hack a 93 year-old film camera with a Canon DSLR Very cool. Such sharp photographs :)

    Folkish - Rusty's Life - “Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second.” ― Marc Riboud

    Vancouver B.C. Canada. #GILoveBC

    Photojojo iPhone4 SLR mount - turn your iphone into a DLSR camera with a canon or nikon lens.

    OLYMPUS - O-Product 35mm camera

    i phone lenses $20.00

    Canon Cinema EOS C500 camera

    "So, my Aunt's a photographer. She's always pulling over and taking out her camera. My Uncle and I got her this bumper sticker that says:..."

    vintage leica. OMG I AM IN LOVE.

    Flash-Dock merges a smartphone with a DSLR via the Cobra flash socket. Gives you a feee hand when used with an Eye-Fi SD card and a Wi-Fi connection.

    goodnight moon.

    snap. Sooooo cool