Camera Rescue

Camera Repair

“Our dream is to contribute to the global analog photography community by doing what we do best. In celebration of Finland’s 100th anniversary we are uniting the mechanical camera expertise of our small engineering nation under one common goal – to rescue 100,000 cameras by the end of 2020. For us, rescuing cameras is the act of finding cameras that suffer from neglect or need to be repaired.

The goal that we set years ago is now drawing to a close and we have rescued over 80 000 cameras. However, to achieve our goal of 100 000 cameras by the end of the year we need to save a whopping 20 000 cameras in only a few months. We are working tirelessly to make it happen but we are going to need all the help we can get.”

Kyttälänkatu 1, 33100 Tampere
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