It was a walk like any other, in the Columbia River Gorge forest (United States), which was transformed into a true historical discovery. Ethan Field and Ron Campbell, two friends from Oregon, dug up a camera hidden in the rocks under a layer of soil. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ARTIST FOUND® | Photography (@artistfound) A remnant of the Cold War But it is not just any camera, since it was an Exakta model produced more than 60 years ago - according to initial estimates, it was manufactured between 1957 and 1963—with an inscription indicating ‘Made in East Germany\/USSR occupied territory.’ A real remnant of the Cold War. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ron Campbell (@emergingeye) The two men now have two missions: to retrieve all the photos and find the owner of the camera. Take a look at the video above to see more of the fascinating Cold War era camera for yourself!