Revive Camera Pictures

Want to Rescue Pictures from Camera?

With the evolution in technology, digital camera has become essential gadget for youngsters. You may also have captured unforgettable moments of your college days, birthday’s celebration, adventurous trip and more. Saving e-photos on storage devices is not safe as keeping photos in old traditional way that is making photo album. These digital images may delete or lose at any instance after occurrence of several unexpected events like accidental memory card format, virus infection to storage device etc. If you do not have copies of those photo files as a backup, it will definitely trouble you a lot. However, there is still a beautiful chance to sort out such problem and it is only possible when you take help of Pictures Recovery tool. It makes too easy to revive camera pictures, which have been lost or deleted from camera card or from system hard drive.

There is not only a specific cause behind photo file inaccessibility but number of reasons responsible for this tragic accident. You may delete picture file or a folder containing all files mistakenly while regular deletion of useless files from camera memory card or you may end with selecting Delete All option on camera during deletion of particular image file. Similarly, if you execute Shift-Delete command on your computer or laptop while browsing a photo file, it results in deletion of photo file. After Shift-Delete operation, you cannot restore deleted file from Recycle Bin folder. An attempt to make Recycle Bin empty by passing Empty Recycle Bin command is also equally responsible for permanent deletion of photos.

Formatting of any storage device leads to loss of all files from formatted device. Sometime, when user finds memory card not behaving properly or face any difficulty to access memory card, he proceed with formatting the card after that lose precious picture files. When you insert memory card to a camera or other storage device and attempt to brows card files, it may throw Format error message and refuse to explore the files. At this situation, some user formats the card immediately. Apart from this, while accessing memory card data in camera, you may execute Format button and lose data immediately. Any kind of interruption such as sudden system shut down due to power outage or system crash, network failure etc can also result in making image file corrupt or deletion of files. In addition, virus infection, improper ejection of memory chip, damage files system structure etc are also very common scenarios leading to photo file loss. However, as you encounter loss of picture files, immediately use the software to rescue lost image files.

Pictures Recovery software comes with ability to revive camera pictures of all popular kind (more than 300 file type) on both Windows and Macintosh computers. It is non-destructive and read only application that is reviewed as the best solution for retrieval of deleted pictures and other media files like videos, audio etc. You can employ this tool to restore JPG, PNG, BMP and other photo files from USB drives, flash drives, hard drives, camera card and from other storage media. For those, who have lost or delete picture files on Android phone or tab can utilize this ultimate tool for smart recovery. Just log on to and get proper solution to pull back photos on android.

Follow these steps to revive camera pictures:

Step 1: Download and install the trial version of Pictures Recovery software on your system. After installation, launch the application and select "Recover Photos" option and then select either "Deleted Photos Recovery" or "Lost Photos Recovery" option.

Revive Camera Pictures - Main Window

Figure 1: Main Window

Step 2: Select the particular file type, you want to recover,then click on "Next" option to start scanning process. After complete scanning, it will show all recovered photo files.

Revive Camera Pictures - Select File Type

Figure 2: Select File Type

Step 3: You can preview recovered image file by clicking on "Preview" option.

Revive Camera Pictures - Preview Recovered Photos

Figure 3: Preview Recovered Photos

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