Camera Rescue is an organisation from Finland dedicated to preserving cameras for future generations. So far we have rescued just above 46 000 cameras, but we are just getting started. From one to thousands at a time, we rescue cameras from any time period old or new, working or broken. Trade in your old or unwanted camera equipment for cash, and help us with our goal of rescuing 100,000 cameras by 2020.
The core team running the project, this website, our social media channels and the Camera Rescue app consists of Misa, Juho and Eetu. You can contact us with firstname.lastname@example.org or the contact form.
We work with many freelancers to get localized assistance for bigger rescue operations. You are free to contact your local crew member with any questions
The France team:
Jules and Stefan
Working at the office of our Parisian partner Nation Photo, Stefan and Jules can both check and buy cameras in any quantities with a central Parisian location. Stefan is also available for travel, if larger collections need to be assessed.
Spain and Hispanoamérica
Nicolas Llasera is a well known figure in the Spanish and international analog photography scene.
The US and East Europe:
Jordan, an Californian by origin, has lived the past few years in Europe. He can be contacted with questions about the US or if you happen to have a bigger lot within a smart distance from Budapest.
Roman “@r0man0ff” Kalygin
Roman is a frequent sight at our HQ in Tampere, where he has both trained with Cameramakers and done his world famous camera flatlays! He can be contacted for any inquiries from the EAEU.
Belgium and Netherlands
Matias has lived in Germany for decades, but is now back in the cold north. He can help with any questions you would want to be answered in German.
Norway and Sweden:
Joel is a Kamerastore team member here at the Rescue Center, but on occasion he is known to do trips to Norway and Sweden to find cameras. If you want to contact about bigger lots in the Nordics, you can send Joel an email.