Rescue Pictures from Canon EOS Rebel T3I Camera

“Last week I captured images on my Canon EOS Rebel T3I. Perhaps, I clicked 100 of them, till yesterday I could see them and go back/ forth on the camera to view the images. However, now I am receiving a message saying my camera memory was full. So, in order to check this issue, I connected my digicam to Mac system and tried to transfer the images from it, but there were no pictures or videos on its memory card. I am really unaware what went wrong, would anyone suggest me how to recover pictures from Canon EOS Rebel T3I.”

Canon EOS Rebel T3 DSLR Camera features a 12.2 Megapixel Image Sensor and lets you take smooth, richly detailed and high quality captures. This digital camera is popular as it has excellent image quality, HD video recording, swiveling LCD, live view shooting, very fast autofocus plus a convenient in-camera feature guide.

The Canon EOS Rebel T3i is as beautiful as the photos it captures. But, what if you pressed “Delete All” button or pictures go missing while transferring from Canon camera to Mac system? Oh, definitely you will feel so bad. Here is the good news for those who have accidentally deleted or lost pictures from Canon EOS Rebel T3I camera. Yes!!! You heard correct, recovering images from your Canon EOS Rebel camera is quite easy if you take the right steps as soon as possible.

Let us consider some other reasons for loss of pictures from EOS Rebel camera:

  • Unintentional format: If you accidentally format the cameras memory card, then it will erase all your precious photos captured on Canon EOS Rebel T3I
  • Power issues in camera: The Canon EOS Rebel T3I digital camera has to be used with proper power supply. Using the digicam to capture images when it is showing low battery warning may lead to loss of picture files
  • Frequently ejecting memory card: If you insert or remove camera’s memory card numerous times without any caution, then the card might get corrupt resulting in loss of your plenty of memorable images

In order to rescue deleted or missing pictures from Canon EOS Rebel T3I digital camera you should stay clam!!! Don’t capture or save any data on that device. And select proper and read only photo recovery software to bring back the pictures of Canon EOS Rebel T3I digital camera on Mac system. One such application is Yodot Mac Photo Recovery.

Yodot Mac Photo Recovery tool provides simple and easy way to retrieve erased photos of CR2, CRW file format from Canon EOS Rebel T3I digital camera on Mac OS X. This tool even bring back wide variety of picture files such as JPG, JPEG, PNG, GIF, PDS TIF, BMP, IMG, WEBP, etc. You can also abstract RAW image files like ARW, NEF, CRW, ORF, ARI, SRW, 3FR, RAF, MOS, MEF and so on from famous digital camera brands such as Olympus, Nikon, Canon, Kodak, Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, Sigma, etc. In addition to photos, it can regain other media files like music files, video files and many more from memory card, flash drives and other storage devices on Macintosh machine.

Procedure to get back pictures from Canon EOS Rebel T3I:

  • Download and install the Yodot Mac Photo Recovery tool to your Macintosh machine
  • Connect the Canon EOS Rebel T3Idevice to your system via USB cable
  • Run the software and follow the on screen instructions
  • In the main screen select “Deleted Photo Recovery” option to undelete picture files or choose “Lost Photo Recovery” to restore missing images
  • The utility starts scanning the Mac system and shows all internal and external drive associated with it
  • Select the drive which denoted your Canon EOS Rebel T3I device and click on “Next” button
  • The software scans and displays all the missing photo files from Canon digital camera
  • Choose the pictures which you want to restore back
  • At the end save rescued photo files to your desired location

Keep an eye on some cautions:

  • Have a habit of backing up photo files regularly in other storage devices
  • Before deleting any pictures ensure that you are removing blurred / uncleared / unwanted images from Canon digicam
  • Don’t capture the images when camera is in low battery