Nikon Coolpix Picture Recovery Software
Digital cameras have become the popular portable electronic gadgets to capture memorable moments in the form of images. Digital Cameras use electronic sensors, which record light as a digital computer file that can be viewed immediately and instantly and then you can transfer those images to your system via USB cables. You can even edit those photos, display them on the web, email them to others or print them. Nikon Coolpix cameras are one of the popular digital cameras that provide all the efficient features. Nikon Coolpix models are distinguished into three different types i.e. life series, style series and performance series. Nikon Coolpix L26, Nikon Coolpix s4300, Nikon Coolpix p510 etc are the different models of Nikon digital cameras.
Nikon Coolpix stores image files with .nef and .jpeg file extension and these files can be converted to other image file types. Additionally, Nikon Coolpix can also be used to record audio and movies. These Nikon Coolpix digital cameras make use of larger capacities memory card in order to store large number of photos. Memory cards are the portable storage media that stores different types of files using flash memory. Memory cards that are supported by Nikon Coolpix are SD cards, XD cards, CF cards, MMC etc. However, data loss is a common problem facing by most of the camera users.
Common scenarios in which your photos might get deleted or lost are as follows:
Accidental system shutdown while transferring photos to computer: Photos from digital cameras can be easily transferred to computer via USB cable or card reader. Any interruptions such as power outages, accidental system shutdown etc should not occur while transferring photos from memory card to computer or vice versa because, it may results in data loss. Hence, accidental system shutdown during data transfer from memory card to computer may results in loss of photos. Then, employ this application for Nikon Coolpix picture recovery.
Instantly capturing photos without waiting for complete write process of single image: When you capture a photo from digital camera, the image need to be captured and then recorder to the memory card that may take few seconds or more. Generally, most of the digital cameras use buffer to store images temporarily that are captured while writing the images to the card. You need to stop capturing photos when this buffer gets full. If you keep on capturing photos even after buffer gets full then the new photos overwrites the photos that are already stored in buffer resulting in loss of photos
Accidental deletion of photos from memory card on computer: The files that are deleted from any type of removable storage device such as memory card or USB drive on computer cannot be restored from Recycle Bin because, they bypass the Recycle Bin. Therefore, accidental deletion of photos from memory card may results in loss of photos
Requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)
Take backup of your memorable photos in order to avoid loss of photos from digital cameras. Always check twice while deleting photos or any other files from memory cards and wait until the picture is completely written to the memory card. Canon Nikon image recovery software is a reliable Photo Recovery tool that enables you to recover lost photos from Nikon Coolpix digital camera and also from Canon digital camera. Additionally, Canon EOS 550D photo recovery, Fujifilm photo recovery, Olympus photo recovery etc can also be done by using this software. The software is capable of recognizing and retrieving various types of files from different memory cards such as SD cards, CF cards, MMC, XD cards etc. This software can restore canon CR2 image files, CRW, NEF, DNG etc. by rigorously scanning the corrupted or formatted memory cards. Along with RAW image files, this tool can also restore deleted or lost JPEG, TIFF, PNG, JPG files etc. Nikon NEF picture recovery can also be done by using this software. You can preview recovered photos and can store those photos on any storage device accessible by Windows Operating System. Canon photo recovery software helps you to restore Canon IXUS accidentally deleted images after using Cut and Paste command on Windows operating system. In order to simplify the recovery process, engineers developed this software with a simple user interface so that even an amateur user can recover picture from Nikon Coolpix. Apart from all this, it also facilitates user to retrieve photos from Nikon D700 SLR camera in couple of mouse clicks.
Steps for Nikon Coolpix Picture Recovery:
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