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Royal Kona Resort on Hawaii's Big Island Publishes Article on Finding Lost Cameras

New informational article by Royal Kona Resort on Hawaii talks about methods of finding lost cameras in Hawaii.


Kailua-Kona, HI -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/28/2014 -- Royal Kona is a well-known resort on Hawaii's Big Island, located on the ocean front of Kailua-Kona, West Hawaii's most prominent shopping and tourism hub. This town was a small fishing village until the location was chosen as the seat of Hawaiian royalty for several years in the early 1800s; the capital was moved to Lahaina and subsequently Honolulu, though Kailua-Kona remained a preferred royal retreat.

The town remained small and sparsely-populated throughout the 20th century, but has experienced a construction and tourism boom in the past couple of decades. In addition to tourism, shopping and culture, Kailua-Kona is also host to an enthusiastic sports and outdoors scene, with the famous Ironman endurance triathlon starting and finishing in town.

Royal Kona occupies a central place in this town, being one of the first resorts established in Kailua-Kona back in the 1960s. Since then, Royal Kona has welcomed thousands of visitors from all walks of life and from every state in the U.S. mainland. The resort is a popular destination for Hawaii family vacations, honeymoons and weddings.

In addition to providing hospitality services, Royal Kona also develops and publishes a number of informational resources to help illuminate various aspects of Hawaii. Articles authored by Royal Kona touch on such diverse subjects as local wildlife, Hawaiian geography, vacation packing tips, romantic honeymoon spots and more.

The latest article published by the Resort discusses ways to find and retrieve lost camera in Hawaii.

In addition to traditional methods of retrieving lost or stolen property such as lost-and-found services, newspaper classifieds and police reports, the advent of digital communications has made it possible to find lost cameras in other ways. The article talks about EXIF data - information that digital cameras store in each picture they take, which can include location, time and date, and can be invaluable in tracking down the camera's original owners.

The article also talks about amateur Internet detectives that gather online and find owners of lost cameras through collaborative effort. The article then goes on to share a number of loss prevention tips, such as registering the camera with its manufacturer.

The full article can be read on the Royal Kona website.