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The digital camera is one of the newest inventions in the field of digital photography. The digital camera is basically used to create the digitalized images with sharp features and great clarity. Digital camera stores image digitally instead of recording them on the film. But compared to a film-based camera, the digital camera cannot produce an infinite resolution of pictures due to certain reasons such as:
Besides these drawbacks of a digital camera over film camera, the most advantageous point of the digital camera is that making pictures is both inexpensive and fast as it doesn’t rely on the film for any kind of processing. Nowadays, most of the digital cameras are also able to capture sound and video, in addition to still pictures. The capturing process in the digital camera is accomplished by use of the photosensor. All the advanced digital cameras use CCDs (Charged Couple Device) to capture images, whereas some of the newer and inexpensive digital cameras use CMOS (Complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor) photosensor. Types of digital cameras are divided on the basis of their usage and configuration. Basically, the most common types of digital cameras are Compact digital cameras, Digital single lens reflex cameras (DSLR), Bridge cameras, Digital rangefinders, Electronic viewfinder (EVF), and Line-scan cameras. JPEG is the most common picture file format supported by every digital camera for storing image files. Besides this, Tagged Image File Format (TIFF) and PNG (Portable Network Graphics) are other two picture file format which is used almost every digital camera for recording and storing any picture. Moreover, digital cameras are highly compatible by all the popular video files such as AVI, MPEG, DV, MOV (often containing motion JPEG), WMV, and ASF (basically the same as WMV). Latest and hi-tech digital cameras are compatible by MP4 video file format. This format is based on the QuickTime format and uses the newer compression algorithms in order to increase the recording time within the same space.
Pictures are lifetime asset and they have a very deep relationship with our feelings and emotions. You will not be able to withstand the shock of losing your important pictures from our camera. Photos can get deleted or lost from your camera due to various reasons. But the most common reason for deletion of pictures from the camera is an accidental deletion by pressing Delete All button of the camera while previewing stored picture files. Besides this, you may lose your important picture from your computer by pressing a combination of Shift + Delete key after your pictures get transferred from your camera to your system. Not only this but also if you press this combination keys before transferring picture files from your camera to your system can also lead to the deletion of photo files for permanently. In addition, to this, there are numerous reasons accountable for deletion of pictures from the camera. Some of the most common reasons are stated below:
Improper transferring of pictures due to interruptions: If any kind of an interruption takes place at the time when the pictures are getting transferred can lead to the deletion of pictures. It is essential that there should be a proper synchronization between the camera and your computer in order to ensure a proper execution of the file transferring process. Synchronization between your camera and the computer gets affected only by some of the interrupting factors such as virus attack, abrupt system shut down, synchronization error, improper plug-in, abruptly removing data cable from your system, etc. If anyone of these interrupting factors takes place then you will not be able to execute the file transferring process successfully.
Turning off the camera during the transfer of pictures: You may lose your important pictures from your camera, if your camera gets switched off in between during your pictures are getting transferred to your system. The sudden camera turns off only because of a low level of the battery. If your camera doesn’t have a sufficient amount of battery then automatically it will shut down. Besides this, the camera may also get switched off due to any kind of hardware problem. Sometimes, the virus is also responsible for abrupt shut down of the camera. Due to all these reasons, the camera will get turn off during the file transferring process resulting in the deletion/loss of a few important pictures from the camera. Thus in order to restore lost pictures, you need to use the best photo retrieval program.
Abrupt pulling out the memory card from the camera: If you eject the memory card suddenly from your camera during copying process then the chances of losing your valuable pictures are more. Important data may be lost from the camera due to an improper handling of memory card like forcibly pulling out the memory card from the camera while data transfer is not completed properly. This abrupt removal of the memory card not only lead to the data loss but also it leads to the corruption of the memory card due to which you may not be able to access any stored picture files and other important documents. This is the most occurring scenario that takes place on a regular basis.
To avoid such data loss situations and to protect your most important picture file from getting deleted, you can follow some precautionary measures which are mentioned below:
Use Picture Recovery Software to restore images from a DSLR Camera. If your photo files get deleted due to any of the above data loss scenarios then this software can also retrieve them easily within a few minutes. Its built-in special algorithm helps in rescuing all the popular image, video, audios and even if the RAW digital photo file formats from the memory card digital camera. This software supports picture recovery on different Windows OS like Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 and many more. Apart from these, it also restores deleted/lost pictures from all popular camera brands such as Sony, Samsung, Kodak, Panasonic, Fujifilm, Olympus, GoPro etc. In addition to this, this software can competently restore deleted pictures from an iPod, flash memory cards, USB external drives etc. Moreover, it supports the recovery of deleted pictures from FAT (16 & 32), NTFS, NTFS5, exFAT partitions. Apart from all these, you can also retrieve and restore picture files from a formatted storage device. You can easily find all popular picture file formats such as JPEG, JPG, TIFF, CR2, CRW, TIF, ARW, SR2, PNG, BMP, GIF, PSD etc. with the help of this software. Thus, this tool can easily restore photos after format. In case if you have Mac OS installed in your system then you can use Picture Recovery Software. This software can easily undelete deleted images from Macintosh.
Step 1: Download and Install the recovery software on your system. Once the software gets launched, the main window will appear on your computer screen with three options - "Recover Files", "Recover Photos", "Recover Partitions/Drives". You need to click on the second option .i.e. "Recover Photos" as shown in Figure 1
Figure 1: Home Screen
Step 2: As soon as you click on the Recover Photos option, a new window will open where you need to select the recovery mode option by selecting any one option between "Recover Deleted Photos" and "Recover Lost Photos" as shown in Figure 2
Figure 2: Recovery mode selection window
Step 3: After this, you need to select the appropriate drive from where your important pictures get lost or deleted. Once you are done with selecting the affected drive then click on the "Next" button in order to move on to another processing level as shown in Figure 3
Figure 3: Select the affected drive from where your important picture files get deleted/lost
Step 4: The software will move on to the next level as soon as you click on the Next button. A new window will pop-up on your screen where you have to select the file type that you wants to restore. Click on the "Next", once you are done with the selection of the file type as shown in figure 4
Figure 4: File type selection screen-shot
Step 5: Once your file gets recovered, you can preview the recovered file with the help of previewing window as shown in Figure 5
Figure 5: Preview recovered file screen-shot