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  • Do you still remember the hero of the film “The Bridges of Madison County”? The camera that charming press-photographer was holding is just Nikon F. Undoubtedly the Nikon cameras have been popular for many years. The exquisite craft, high quality, and structural disabilities attract a large number of people. Look at the now Nikon D90, users are fascinated with its extraordinary image effects.


    But still we may meet image loss for the following reasons: accidentally deleting, formatting, virus attack, unexpected power off, and other reasons like the incompatibility of the card. Take formatting for example, we may switch off the camera or plug off the USB during previous data transfer or read/write process, and when we connect the camera to the computer, the following error message may pop up: “Card not formatted.” Sometimes we have no way but to format it. Of course, doing backup is the best way to avoid image loss. But we might not always remember that. So is there any way to recover images from Nikon camera ?


    Of course there is. Actually there are many different ways to recover images. For example, asking help from the friends around, but they may neglect some details; going to photo recovery specialist or agencies, but that would be a little costly. Here one professional and reliable way is photo recovery software . After the images were lost, the data itself isn't deleted; just the area where the lost images were stored is now marked as free space for other new files to be written. Photo recovery software can scan these areas and recover the lost images. Here are 3 tips to recover images from Nikon camera.


    Tip 1: Avoid data overwriting

    Do not put more images or other data in the same place where the lost images were stored, otherwise the previous free space will be overwritten by others, which makes it difficult to recover images even with professional recovery software.

    Once you find your images could be recovered, do not save them in the same place where the lost images were stored. For example, if you want to recover images from partition H:, you should specify a folder to save the images in partition E: or other partition, not partition H:.


    Tip 2 Keep well the storage device

    Keep well your camera or the card. Generally when the storage device meets logical damage like reformatting or unintentional deletion, the lost data is recoverable. But when it meets physical damage such as exposure to high temperature, dropping, cracking, or water damage, the data will be very much likely unrecoverable.


    Tip3: Choose the appropriate software

    DAs for me, appropriate software should have these features: professional and powerful recovery function, be safe and reliable, high compatibility and competitive price.

    Wondershare Photo Recovery could be one of the good choices. It is reliable photo recovery software which can easily recover images from Nikon camera with nice quality. Within only 3 simple steps (Select file location→Preview recoverable images →Save the recovered images), just as easy as counting 1-2-3, you can recover images on your own. No any recovery skills needed. The preview thumbnail lets you enjoy the image recovery and evaluate the recovery effects in advance. Powerful recovery ability helps you recover lost images from overall image loss situations.


    Notes:

    If your OS is Mac OS X,you can download Wondershare Photo Recovery for Mac , which is special designed for Mac users.

    Thursday, August 5, 2010 2:52 AM