Extract Pictures from DigiCam

DigiCam is normally called as digital camera that encodes digital images and save it for further use. Some of the popular camera brands are Sony, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Canon, etc. It can capture photos and record videos and audios and preserve them on storage media such as memory stick, SDHC card, CF card, SD card and so on. Photos and other files erased or lost from DigiCam storage media gets permanently deleted when it is overwritten with new file. Hence it is advised to stop using digital camera till the files are retrieved.

Now, let us consider a scenario where you had been for a trip with family and friends, where you clicked many images that could be your precious memory or something you cherish in life. Unfortunately, you may clicked on delete option instead of forward by selecting few important pictures. However, losing crucial images from DigiCam might put you in dilemma. In such conditions, no need to panic because digital camera does not wipe any files from its storage media even after using delete command. All you need to do is use professional photo recovery software to rescue erased or lost files from DigiCam.

Few possible causes for loss or deletion of pictures from DigiCam as listed below:

  • If any interruption occur while transferring photo files from DigiCam to Windows hard drive then it leads to picture loss
  • Erasing photos from DigiCam will lead to permanent deletion of files from it
  • Accidentally clicking on Format option on memory card mounted on digital camera will wipe entire image files present in particular drive
  • Connecting DigiCam to virus infected system will result in inaccessibility of photos present in it
  • Using restore factory settings option when the memory card is still present in digital camera may cause loss precious photo files from storage media
  • If DigiCam is corrupted, then user will lose accessibility on data present in it

Software to restore pictures from DigiCam:

Yodot Photo Recovery tool can rescue lost or deleted images from DigiCam on Windows computer. After deletion, if you cannot find deleted photos in Recycle Bin then undoubtfully opt this application. Also, one can retrieve various types of pictures like JPEG, DNG, JPG, CRW, NEF, ORF, RAW, TIFF, GIF, SR2, ARW and many other. Along with photos, this tool has ability to retrieve all media files like RAW images, video clips and audio files from digital camera with ease. It can restore media files from external hard drive, pen drive, USB drive, FireWire drive, memory card, SSD drives and many other devices. It supports to recover media data from ExtFAT, NTFS, NTFS5, FAT16 and FAT32 drives / partition. In addition to lost, this tool is compatible to bring back all pictures deleted from camera on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows server 2008 operating systems. Moreover, it can retrieve picture files from various manufacturers like Sony, Ericson, Kingston, LG, Transcend, SanDisk, iBall, Toshiba and others. It helps user to locate particular file on basis of file name, creation date and size.

Steps to recover images from DigiCam:

  • Download Yodot Photo Recovery software and install it on your desktop
  • Connect DigiCam's memory card to it where recovery process had to be carried out
  • Launch the software and follow given instructions on window
  • On main screen you will get two options namely 'Deleted Photo Recovery' and 'Lost Photo Recovery'
  • Select required option to restore photo files from Digital camera's memory card on Windows computer
  • This tool will scan entire hard drive and displays all logical drives that are present on it
  • Select memory card drive from which you need to recover picture files and hit on 'Next' option
  • Now the utility scans selected drive and displays all recovered files in two views such as 'Data View' and 'File Type View'
  • View your retrieved files using 'Preview' option
  • Finally save them using 'Save' option to desired destination location, not to the storage media that was scanned


  • Backup important photo files on multiple external storage drives to avoid file loss
  • Do not erase image files from external storage drive when connected to system

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