The Zombie Rights Campaign Blog

Camera, We Hardly Knew Ye

Today I accidentally destroyed the ZRC’s lovely Canon Powershot ‘go anywhere’ camera, the one we take to conventions and all over the Midwest generally, in our quest for Undead Equality.

That’s a real bummer. It wasn’t even on a Zombie-related errand either; just normal carelessness.

And so tonight we mourn a very useful and fairly short-lived piece of technology here at the ZRC, a camera that had the potential to illuminate many of the proudest moments and harshest struggles of our burgeoning movement, and which will now be replaced by… well, an identical camera actually.

Due to budgetary constraints this might push back the reprinting of the wristbands a few weeks. We have to have a good camera for Freakfest and the Horror Society film festival and The Dark Carnival. Priorities and all that, even though wristbands are a great seller and people love them. This time ideally I’d like to get some kind of idiot-proof warranty if I can, just because I’m apparently pretty clumsy with small handheld electronic devices.

On the other hand, we were able to salvage the SD card and battery from this one, so the replacement will be somewhat cheaper, which is good. Cheaper and have an extra battery’s worth of uptime.

The travails of Zombie Rights advocacy, once again brought to you by the ZRC.


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The role of 'Administrator' will be played tonight by John Sears, currently serving as President of The Zombie Rights Campaign.

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