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    Quote Originally Posted by henry finley View Post
    Personally I would throw them down a hole in the ground before donating anything to a school, or anything else that belongs to government.
    i think the suggestion is to donate them to young people trying to learn a new skill and art based in film photography. Not sure how it matters where the class is.

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    How about a note on local Craigslist: "Free cameras for photography students -- convince me you deserve one and it's yours. Offer good while supplies last."

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    Quote Originally Posted by henry finley View Post
    Personally I would throw them down a hole in the ground before donating anything to a school, or anything else that belongs to government.
    GM donated a brand new car that had shipping damage to a local trade school under the conditions that the car would not be sold. They fixed the damage and sold the car anyway.



    I like the craigslist idea.This way the camera is going directly to the student.
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