The Instax Camera goes missing when the owner’s mobile phone gets a call from a family member.
The camera is found in a park and returned to the family with a note stating the camera was stolen.
The note also states that it is likely someone has a camera in the house and is going to “lose” it.
However, the note is never found by the family, and the camera is never recovered.
In a story published in the British media in July this year, a woman in South Carolina claimed her Instax camera was “lucky” it was stolen from her home, and that she “wasn’t sure what to do” with it.
The story also included an email sent to the woman by the Instax store owner who said that the phone “might be worth a million dollars” if she were to return it to him.
Instax’s policy does not allow customers to return their own Instax cameras, but does allow them to return other models.
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