Inside A B&H Photo Video Store, From The Eyes Of A Second-Hand Camera

Imagine buying a second-hand camera from a store, and discovering that there was a Compact Flash card inside, full of photos showing the inside world of the store it came from. It's kind of like a reverse One Hour Photo.

Mind you, I'd rather see photos of the factory it came from, than from inside the US' largest non-chain. There's no disputing that it's one interesting store though, which is staffed by Satmar Hasidic Jews. I'd love to know the story behind how that card was forgotten inside the camera—and whether the employee got his wrists slapped for it? [Linhbergh via PetaPixel]

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