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Know Where Your Camera Always Is With The Tracking Sticker From Tile

Tile is a company who can track your lost or stolen belongings and they've released a tracker that's the right size for your camera.

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Tile Sticker

Tile is a smart location company which basically means they can give you the tools you need to track your camera if you lose it, or worse, it's stolen. 

The tracker that will be of most interest to photographers is the Sticker which can be secured to the bottom of a camera. It works via Bluetooth, is waterproof and you keep track of your camera via the free Tile app. The Sticker's battery life is rated at 3 years and the tracker works within in a 150 feet range which might not sound like very far but this is where the app and Tile community come into play. 

With the app, you can see the last location of your camera and use it, with the help of other Tile owners, to find misplaced or stolen kit as once an item is marked as lost in the app, if any member of the Tile Community spots the missing item, the owner is automatically notified with its location.

The Tile Sticker is available now, from Amazon UK, starting from £34.99 for a 2-pack or £54.99 for a 4-pack. They're also available on Amazon USA, starting at $39.99.

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