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Spokane Public Libraries loan community cameras to make movies

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KHQ.COM - Spokane Public Library received a federal grant to buy cameras for patrons to borrow like they would borrow books.

Included in the camera kit is not only the camera, but also microphones, a tripod, chargers, and anything else you would need to make a homemade movie.

You can borrow the camera for up to 3 weeks and renew it up to 2 times if there is no waiting list.

For every day the camera is returned late, it is a $1 fine. Also, you do have to sign an agreement that says if you lose or break the equipment, you are responsible for paying for it.

Learn more here, on the Spokane Library site: http://www.spokanelibrary.org/index.php?page=communitycameras

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