Fallout 76 camera locations – How to get a camera?

Here's where players can find Fallout 76 camera locations

Cameras are a unqiue tool in which players can use to take pictures in Fallout 76, and they are also used in a bucket list quest where the player must take photographs all over the wasteland to complete it. 

That said if you are trying to complete the said quest or just trying to get a cool little camera, you will first need to search for dead tourists in the following locations. 

  • Miners Monument
  • Colonel Kelly Monument
  • Whitespring resort
  • Wavy Willard's Water Park
  • Tyler County Fairgrounds
  • The Giant Teapot
  • Landview
  • Palace of the Winding Path
  • Bolton Greens
  • Mothman Museum

At these locations in the game, you will need to search for the body of either Anne Litzinger or Ansel Abrahms. On their bodies will be a broken ProSnap camera, and once you get this camera, you will be able to craft a new one at a weapons bench with two glass and three plastic. 

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Getting the broken camera will also start the My Bucket list quest, where you will need to take pictures of the following locations in the game.

  • Berkeley Sands Castle
  • Valley Galleria Skylight
  • Pumpkin House
  • Red Rocket Mega Stop Sign
  • Freddy Fear's House of Scares Storefront
  • Harpers Ferry Armory Courtyard
  • Dolly Sods Campground Cabins

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