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#2: Recovering Pictures from a Digital Camera
You've shot a day worth of photos on your digital camera only to find out that the camera's memory or flash card is empty or contains bizarre, corrupted pictures. What would you do? Copy what's left of your pictures and move along? I have a better solution! But first, let us discuss the reasons that can cause the corruption of your digital pictures in the camera.
Modern digital cameras use flash memory cards to keep pictures you shoot. There are different types of memory cards. The most popular are Secure Digital (SD), Compact Flash (CF), xD, and SONY Memory Stick. One thing these cards have in common is their non-volatile nature. By that, I mean that the cards will hold your pictures for awhile even after you pull the card from the digital camera, effectively cutting it off the electric power. Unlike the hard disks used in your computer, these memory cards have no moving parts (except the exotic micro-drives). Flash memory is reliable and fast to access. But there are exceptions.
While digital media is generally more robust than film, it still has limited range of conditions under which it can operate. Shoot outside in winter in below-zero temperatures, and you are taking the risk to lose the results of your outing. Remove the card from the camera while it's in the process of saving pictures from the internal buffer, and you'll not only lose the photos yet unsaved, but will probably get a corrupted, unreadable flash card. Use the card for too many sessions, and you'll start getting memory errors with increasing frequency. That won't happen any time soon after you buy a brand-new memory card, but if you regularly use it long enough you'll get occasional bad pictures. Finally, your digital camera is a sophisticated computer with software inside. If camera's software crashes or experiences an exception because of one of the many reasons, your chances of getting a blank memory card after shooting a session are not zero. Never heard of camera software errors? Try searching any photographic forum for things like "Err99", and you'll quickly change your mind.
The problem is definitely there, but what about the solution?
Luckily, you can still recover all or most of your digital pictures on the computer if you use proper data recovery tools. Forget about general-use undelete and unformat applications, they won't help you much with these memory cards. You need a tool that is designed to recover lost and corrupted digital images from flash memory cards or from the digital camera connected to the PC via USB.
D-Photo Recovery recovers digital pictures from digital cameras and compatible memory cards. This software product works on Windows and supports the recovery of popular memory cards as well as USB-connected digital cameras and even hard disks. If you are shooting JPEG or TIFF, you'll get an easy preview of the lost pictures before undeleting. If you are a pro photographer and shoot RAW, you'll get the same convenient preview for the popular CRW, CR2, RAW, TIFF, NEF, PEF, and X3F formats.
D-Photo Recovery is a must-have tool for amateur and professional digital photographers. Don't risk losing your digital pictures! Download the no-frill evaluation version now from www.the-undelete.com and get familiar with the recovery before the need arises!
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