How to Retrieve Photos from Hasselblad H3D II-50 Camera?

“Hi, I am a professional photographer and I use Hasselblad H3DII 50 camera to capture mesmerizing beauty of wildlife. I had stored around 32GB of photos in memory card of my camera. While capturing few pictures today, I didn’t notice that camera was running out of low battery and suddenly it got turned off. When I opened camera after powering the battery, it said that memory card is corrupted. Now, how to access photos from this corrupted memory card on Hasselblad H3DII 50 camera? Someone please suggest useful tips.”

If this is your situation, then read complete article to find out how to extract photos easily from Hasselblad H3DII camera. Hasselblad H3DII is a wonderful asset for professional photographers as it includes all technical excellence needed to capture amazing pictures. Featured with 50megapixel resolution, it also captures videos with high picture quality. It also includes ultimate image processing software called ‘Phocus’ to get improvised pictures. However, photos captured using Hasselblad H3DII 50 camera can be lost in number of situations as given below:

  • Unintentional deletion of necessary photos or use of ‘Delete / Erase All’ option on camera will wipe pictures from camera’s storage memory
  • Memory card damage on Hasselblad H3DII camera due to file system corruption, wrong usage of card on camera, using same card on multiple cameras, etc. will result to unavailability of pictures stored on card
  • Malware intrusion to Hasselblad camera’s storage media can sometimes cause missing of images stored in it
  • Incomplete photo file transfer from Hasselblad H3DII 50 camera to other storage device because of abrupt removal of memory card from camera can lead to missing of photos in process

If you have lost photos from Hasselblad camera in any of these instances, then you might be worried thinking how to get back photos from Hasselblad H3DII-50 camera. Fortunately, it is possible to retrieve images from Hasselblad camera on OS X machine by employing good photo retrieval tool.

Hasselblad camera photo recovery tool:

In recent advanced towards media file recovery, Yodot Mac Photo Recovery software has gained popularity by successfully recovering photo files from various digital cameras. Its intuitive scanning algorithms is capable of retrieving various photo file types like JPEG, NEF, PEF, 3FR, SRW, CRW, TIFF, GIF, IMG, PIC, PNG, PSD, etc from all Hasselblad camera models. It is also best solution for recovering pictures from Panasonic Lumix SZ, Canon Ixus, Kodak EasyShare M750, Nikon D3100, Sony CoolPix and other popular camera models. Along with photos, this utility can even retrieve video clips, music files and other documents wide variety of storage devices like external hard drive, internal hard disk, memory cards, USB flash drive, SSD, etc. that works compatibly on Mac operating systems. One can use this excellent tool to get back media files from various DSLR cameras on Macintosh machines installed with Leopard, Snow Leopard, Mountain Lion, Lion and Mavericks OS X versions.

Steps to extract photos from Hasselblad H3DII 50 DSLR camera:

  • Download and install Yodot Mac Photo Recovery tool on your Mac machine
  • Connect Hasselblad camera along with its storage media to this OS X machine and run the software
  • In main screen, click on “Deleted Photo Recovery” or “Lost Photo Recovery” option according to photo loss scenario from camera
  • Then, from list of drives showing on screen; select storage drive that represents Hasselblad H3DII 50 camera
  • Proceeding next, you can choose photo file types to be recovered from Hasselblad H3DII 50 camera or simply skip the step
  • Wait till scanning process gets competed by displaying list of rescued photos from camera
  • View rescued image files in ‘Data View’ or ‘File Type View’
  • At last, preview required photo files from the list and save them to desired location on host Mac machine

Valuable Tips:

  • Do not save retrieved photos on same storage media of Hasselblad H3DII 50 camera
  • Recurrently backup all necessary photos from Hasselblad H3D II-50 camera to avoid loss of photos