Canon Picture Recovery

Canon is one of the old line global leaders in camera production industries. Today, they are developing high end professional SLR’s that are in top demand in the current market. They are divided into two products namely Canon EOS and Canon Power Shot. Canon EOS is designed for SLR models and Power shot are for shoot designs. It’s used by most of the professional digital photographers.

They capture high resolution photos to facilitate users with best clarity on their captured pictures. Canon cameras use memory cards to store the pictures clicked from it. When they are saved on your camera you might face data loss either when they are connected to computers or Canon cameras. The loss might be due to a human or software error. If you are a Canon user and lost any photos from your camera then use Canon Photo Recovery tool to restore all your valuable photos.

Reasons that cause loss of pictures clicked from Canon digital cameras:

  • Accidental format: Format option is provided in each and every storage drive to help the users to clear all the files together or if large amount of space it needed to store your important photos. When these options are selected accidentally, you end up in a worse photo loss condition. Now your task will be to restore all the pictures lost from that drive which is done easily with Canon Digital Recovery software
  • Transfer error: In order to share or upload photos on social sites, the pictures clicked on digital camera it has to be copied to the computers with the help of a USB cable. In an ongoing transfer process, if an interruption occurs due to a power surge problems or camera getting off, you may apparently end up in losing the images that have been copied
  • Memory card corruption: Due to the tiny structure, memory cards can face damage at a faster rate if they are not handled in a specific manner. If they get corrupted by a virus attack or improper maintenance then you may end up in losing pictures that were stored on memory cards. Hence it is advised not to often dispatch the memory cards from the device and connect them to multiple systems

Canon Digital Recovery is one of the powerful tool available and used by majority of the users facing a data loss problem. Opting for this software can help you out in recovering photos lost or deleted from you Canon digital camera. It can be used to retrieve pictures from hard drive, USB flash drives and memory cards such as MMC, XD and SD. With the help of this software Once the photo is retrieved you can view it by clicking on preview screen to check the software outcome. With the use of this software, you can restore photos from Mac and Windows system in ease. This software also helps in retrieving lost digital photos from storage devices like memory cards, hard drives, flash drives, USB drives, FireWire drives etc.

After installation, it is just 3 to 4 steps to be operated to recover your pictures back to use. You can restore deleted digital pictures of different generic and raw formats. It can support file systems like FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 and ExFAT. You can save the recovery session for reuse on second run.

Steps to recover Canon photos:

Step 1: Download the Canon Digital Recovery tool from the site and install it on your personal computer. Manually launch the software and select “Recover Photos” option from the first screen displayed

Digital Photo Recovery - Main Screen

Step 2: When the tool pops up the second screen it ask you to select between “Recover Deleted Photos” or “Recover Lost Photos” option. Decide and select any one option based on the data loss scenario of your photo.

Digital Photo Recovery- Select Mode Screen

Step 3: Next, the application displays a screen with a list of drives. Select the drive and click on “Next” option. The tool scans the drive and provides you with a list of restored photos. Select the picture, preview its content and save it on a secure location.

Digital Photo Recovery - Save Recovered Photo Screen

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