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The Compact Flash card is widely used in digital cameras and camcorders for storing huge amount of captured photos, as these cameras usually have less internal storage memory. As these cards are used in several devices for storing data, these are often prone to corruption. The reasons for the corruption in CF card are many and are mainly responsible for loss & deletion of photos from the card. In order to undelete flash card pictures, we have developed a flash card photo recovery software makes use of extensive algorithms to perform rigorous scanning of your CF card for deleted and lost photos. You can use smart scan method of this award-winning picture recovery tool, which is based on unique file signatures of photos that have to be recovered. Using this method, the software scans your CF card to recover the photos of specified file types only, thus guarantees the complete recovery of all the photo formats.
The software can perform photo recovery on Compact Flash card to recover different types of photos present on it. It can recover JPEG photos from flash card along with other popular photo formats and also raw photo formats including SR2, ARW, CRW, CR2, NEF, X3F, RAF, etc that are generated from different digital cameras and professional DSLRs. Along with recovering photos from a CF card, it is also very helpful in recovering images from several digital cameras. It can preferably be used as a Canon flash card recovery tool to restore lost pictures from a Canon digital camera, in addition to this, it also performs photo recovery from some of the other cameras including Sony, Nikon, Olympus, Kodak, etc to name a few.
Photos can get deleted from your Compact Flash card due to varied reasons. When you unintentionally click the delete option provided on the camera, the photos present on the CF card will get deleted from it. Also, when your CF card is affected by virus attack during file transfer from other storage devices or from the internet, card will get corrupted and it results in photos becoming inaccessible. Due to corruption, sometimes you are forced to format the card which eventually leads to deletion of photos from the CF card. The pictures are also lost from the CF card when you unplug it from the computer while a file transfer or accessing of a file is active. This improper unplugging will damage the file system of the card and at the end, will make your photos unreadable.
One of the most common reasons for picture loss from Compact flash card is accidental formatting. While accessing data from Compact flash card through digital camera or by connecting it to the computer, user might accidentally format the Compact flash card without taking its backup. No matter how the Compact card is formatted, you can restore stored photos from formatted Comapct flash card at your fingertips by using this software. With the help of this software you can alsorecover pictures from formatted Canon flash card along with other brands of flash card in just a few steps.
The flash card photo recovery software can perform complete picture recovery in all the above mentioned unfortunate instances. It can comfortably recover erased pictures from flash card on Windows 7, Vista, XP and Windows Servers 2003 & 2008. After the successful recovery of photos, the software provides you an option to preview the recovered pictures prior to actual restoration on a healthy drive.
Follow the below mentioned steps to recover deleted photos from a CF card:
Step i: After installing the software, launch it and select “Recover Photos” on the main software interface, as shown in Fig i. On the next window, select “Recover Deleted Photos” option.
Figure i: Select Recover Photos
Step ii: After selecting your Compact Flash card from the list of drives, select the file types to recover on the next screen, as shown in Fig ii, and click “Next”.
Fig ii: Select File Formats
Step iii: A list of recovered photos can be viewed using either “File Type view” or “Data view” option, as shown in Fig iii. Use “Preview” option to preview the recovered photos prior to saving them.
Fig iii: List of Restored Pictures