Getting Back Deleted Pictures from Kodak Camera

“Hi, I have Kodak camera using which I have captured various pictures from memorable moments. All these photos are saved in memory card on the camera. Today, after connecting Kodak camera to my desktop to transfer recent pictures in to a folder; I accidentally clicked delete option on selected photos. This has resulted in complete deletion of photos from my Kodak camera’s storage memory. Is there any possible way to recover erased pictures from Kodak camera? Your suggestions will save me a day, kindly help.”

Kodak is one among the best digital camera producers with excellent features. It has advanced lens to capture pictures at any angle, motion, detection, multi-burst shooting and it is supported with 16MP sensor. All these factors enable brilliant photography to its users. Captured pictures on Kodak camera will get saved in either .dcr, .kc2 or .dc2 file extension, which are RAW image formats. Since photos captured on Kodak camera are saved in memory card mounted on camera, chances of losing valuable pictures are more and mostly it is through unintended deletion.

Possible facts accountable for deletion of pictures from Kodak camera are:

  • Unintentional deletion of pictures from Kodak camera by pressing‘Delete All’/‘Erase All’option while navigating through various other options on camera
  • Malware intrusion to memory card on Kodak camera can sometimes erase photos from its memory without giving any caution
  • Also, use of unauthenticated antivirus tool to scan virus infected Kodak camera’s memory card may delete certain images while removing threats from it
  • Erasing images from Kodak camera thinking that they are not required further but later realizing that you had chosen wrong picture files to delete

When photos get deleted from Kodak camera, one may feel that pictures are removed forever. But it is not true; as deletion of photos from camera doesn’t remove images permanently. It just erases all registry entries and index values of photos from its storage media, making them invisible to the operating system. Now, question may rise like how to retrieve deleted pictures from Kodak camera. If no new images have been added to memory card on Kodak camera after photo deletion, then erased pictures can be retrieved easily with the help of good photo recovery tool.

Kodak camera pictures recovery tool:

Yodot Photo Recovery is brilliant software to execute deleted photo recovery from Kodak digital cameras with less effort. It can restore images deleted from various Kodak cameras like Kodak EasyShare, Kodak S1, DC4800, AZ651 and recent model SP360 without any hassle. Apart from DCR, DC2 and KC2 raw image formats from Kodak cameras, this program can bring back raw photos like NEF, PEF, ORF, CRW, CR2, SRW, DNG, RAF, ARW, FFF, MRW, etc. Using this tool, one can perform photo recovery from Minox Leica camera, Sony CyberShot, Nikon CoolPix, Canon PowerShot, Panasonic Lumix and many other digital camera models with ease. It also helps to recover media files like video and music files from memory cards, USB flash drives, external hard drives, internal hard disks, SSD drives, FireWire Drives and other storage components. This utility is compatible to work on Windows 8, 8.1, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 and 2003 OS based computers to regain deleted photos from Kodak digital camera.

Steps to rescue deleted photos from Kodak camera:

  • Connect your Kodak camera along with its memory card to a healthy Windows computer
  • Download and install Yodot Photo Recovery software on this Windows computer
  • Next run the utility and wait till main screen shows two options
  • Select “Deleted Photo Recovery” option to retrieve erased pictures from Kodak camera
  • From the list of drives shown on screen, choose the drive that represents storage media of Kodak camera
  • Also choose the photo file types to be recovered from Kodak camera and start scanning process
  • When scanning ends, view rescued photos in two distinct view types– ‘Data View’ and ‘File Type View’
  • Later, select any desired picture files by selecting ‘Preview’ option and view them
  • At last, save all your rescued images to desired target location in host computer hard drive

Keep note of these points:

  • Do not erase pictures from Kodak camera without proper confirmation
  • Recurrently back up required photos from Kodak camera on any external storage drive

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