Recover Lost Photos from Camera

Camera is a device that records images that can be stored directly and transmitted to another location. These images can be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. Cameras may work with the light of the visible spectrum or with other portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. There are different types of cameras like digital camera, camcorder, instant camera, virtual camera and many more. Now days everyone has a camera to capture wonderful moments. Cameras are mainly used to capture pictures of precious moments. Pictures make memory of Precious moments vivid. Photos you take from camera will be stored as separate files on flash memory cards. Corruption of these memory cards leads to loss of your precious photos. Losing pictures from camera is painful and unbearable. Don’t be panic. You can efficiently recover lost photos from SD card with the help of recovery tool with simple mouse clicks.

Data loss scenarios:

Few circumstances due to which photo loss occurs in cameras are mentioned below

Power surge: If the digital camera turns off accidentally due to low battery during transfer process can result in loss of important files from camera. Capturing the photos when the camera is low on battery and unexpected hardware failure problems during data transfer process results in sudden shut down of camera resulting in loss of important photos from camera.

Virus attack: Virus insert malicious code into the memory card data of the camera and corrupt the files making them inaccessible. Usually this may happen when your digital camera's memory card is connected to virus infected computer for data exchange. This situation leads to severe data loss.

Accidental formatting: Flash memory cards present in the camera stores all the information whatever you capture with the help of camera. Accidentally formatting the memory card may also results in loss of important data.

Corruption of memory card: Turning off the camera before the image is completely written to the memory card and taking photos too rapidly so the camera cannot complete writing one image before starting the next, results in corruption of memory card thus leading to the loss of memory card data. But you can get photos from corrupted memory card using photo recovery software and you can get this tool by visiting this link.

Whatever may be the reason for data loss, you can recover your photos with simple mouse clicks. This application is capable of recovering the photos from flash memory cards, hard drives, USB drives and iPods. It is equipped with advanced features to recover lost/deleted audio, video files and supports creation of disk images to bypass bad sectors and later you can recover the data with the help of these disk images. This utility is equipped with powerful recovery engine to recover lost RAW images and can rescue media files from formatted partitions even when you have re installed operating system. This tool is capable of recovering the deleted files from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 and ExFAT partitions/drives. Recovered files can be sorted on the basis of file name, size, creation date and file type. Its features are also developed to recover photos from camera.

Steps to recover lost photos:

Follow these steps to retrieve lost photos from SD card:

Step 1: Download and install the application from the site. Launch the software and select “Recover Photos” option.

Step 2: Select “Recover Lost Photos” option to recover lost photos. Now a window pops up containing the list of the logical drives. Choose the logical drive from which the data is to be recovered and also select the type of the file to be recovered.

Step 3: After the completion of the scanning and recovery process a window containing the list of the files retrieved will be displayed. You can preview the files before saving them. You should purchase the software to save the recovered photos.

This tool comes in a separate version to recover lost android photos

For Leopard (10.5) and
Snow Leopard (10.6) Users

For Lion (10.7),
Mountain Lion (10.8) and Mavericks Users