Have you lost or accidentally deleted your precious CR2 image files from Canon camera? Don't worry!!! CR2 pictures recovery from Canon cameras made easy with Nikon Canon Photo Recovery Software..!
CR2 is a popular and important RAW image format used by Canon digital camera because it provides increased flexibility and control over the digital images. Raw image files save the data that directly comes off the image sensor and uses little internal camera processing to save the images. Canon camera denotes RAW image files with .CR2 filename extension. Generally, RAW is a lossless format i.e. no loss of data in image thus, quality of the image is not degraded even by compression techniques. CR2 image files are larger than JPEG image files hence, they occupy more storage area on the memory cards compared to JPEG files. CRW is also another type of RAW image format supported by Canon Digital Camera. NEF image file format is supported by Nikon DSLR camera. You can recover NEF photos lost after firmware issues occured due to an interrupted firmware upgrade. The software offers a very fast and secure recovery of RAW files from different digital cameras.
Canon EOS 1100D, Canon EOS 60D, Canon PowerShot Pro1, Canon PowerShot G12, Canon PowerShot TX1 etc are the different models of Canon digital camera that supports RAW image files i.e., CR2 and CRW. Canon digital cameras store pictures and other data in different memory cards such as SD cards, SDHC cards, CF cards, XD cards etc. These memory cards have the ability to store a large number of pictures in it. But, the main disadvantage of memory cards is they are more susceptible to logical failures that result in data loss. This software can also be implemented over Canon other products like Canon Rebel XSi.
Scenarios wherein users might lose their precious CR2 image files from Canon cameras:
Removing the memory card from the camera without turning it off: The pictures that are stored on memory cards can be transferred to the computer either by directly connecting the camera via USB cable or by connecting the memory card via a card reader. In order to transfer the pictures from the memory card via a card reader, you need to remove it from the camera. If you have accidentally removed the memory card without turning it off then the memory card may get corrupted resulting in loss of pictures. Because when the memory card is inserted into the camera, it starts accessing the memory card’s the file system. When you turn off the camera, it stops accessing the memory card’s file system. If you remove it without turning off the camera then file system may get corrupted resulting in a loss of photos
Capturing pictures when the camera is on a low battery: If your camera gets turned off suddenly due to low battery while it was writing the pictures to flash memory card then you may lose those photos. Taking photos when the camera is on a low battery will corrupt the file system that may make your photos inaccessible resulting in a loss of pictures
Accidental deletion of pictures from a memory card on the camera: Camera does not have any special folder to store deleted pictures or any other data. Therefore, an accidental deletion of photos on the camera results in a loss of photos
You need to follow some precautionary measures in order to avoid loss of pictures and raw image files from the camera such as always turn off the camera before removing the memory card from it, make sure that the camera is fully charged while capturing photos and always recheck while deleting photos from the camera. If you have already lost the pictures from the digital camera due to above-mentioned scenarios then make use of Photo Recovery Software. Image recovery software is an efficient photo recovery tool that helps you to restore deleted photos from Nikon digital camera. Additionally, this software can also restore RAW pictures from a Canon EOS DSLR camera, Fujifilm, GoPro, Kodak, Sony, Panasonic, Olympus etc. This software can recognize and retrieve different image formats such as JPEG, JPG, PNG, TIFF including RAW image files like CR2 and CRW. This software can also recover Nikon NEF photo files from corrupted or damaged memory cards. Recovered pictures can be previewed before restoring recovered pictures on any Windows accessible drive. It can even recover deleted pictures from Canon EOS Rebel T3i and from other branded DSLR cameras. One can even utilize this tool to recover data from a camcorder.
NOTE: As soon as you lose your precious CR2 photos from Canon cameras, stop using the cameras in order to avoid overwriting on the lost/deleted image files. If the deleted/lost CR2 files are replaced with newly captured images, then it becomes highly difficult to regain those photos back. Then, immediately utilize Nikon Canon Photo Recovery Software to restore lost/deleted CR2 picture files back.
Follow the below-mentioned instructions to restore deleted & lost CR2 pictures
Step 1: Download, and instal the free version of Nikon Canon Photo Recovery Software on your system, and launch it. Now, connect the memory card of your digital camera to the system. From the main screen, choose Recover Photos option. Then, a list of logical and physical drives available in the system are displayed. Just select the drive representing the digital memory card, and hit Scan button to initiate the scanning process.
Figure 1: Home Screen
Step 2: Now the software scans the digital camera card to find deleted and lost photo files. Wait for the scanning process to get completed, as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2: Scanning the Camera Card to Find Deleted & Lost Photos
Step 3: Upon the completion of scanning and recovery process, a list of recovered photo files are displayed on the screen. You can view recovered photo files in Data View, and File Type View
Figure 3: Recovered Photo Files in Data View & File Type View
Step 4: Prior saving the recovered photos, the tool allows you to preview the recovered photos. Just double click or right-click on the respective photo file, and click Preview option to preview a photo file.
Figure 4: Preview Recovered Photo Files
Step 5: At last, after previewing the recovered photos, if you are satisfied with the recovery results of the software, then activate the license key of the tool, and save the recovered photos at the desired location of your choice.
Figure 5: Save Recovered Photos