Camera Photo Question

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  1. Maithal

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    Jul 4, 2010

    First off, happy 4th of July everyone! My future sister-in-law accidently deleted pictures on her camera while talking. We are wondering if there is any way to retreive the lost pictures?

    I found a website where you attach a USB cable to your computer after downloading a website (don't have the name in front of me) and it should retrieve the pictures. Anyone done anything like that or anything else similar?

    TIA!
     
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  3. Love to Teach

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    Take heart; yes, there is! :) I did the same thing this past year, and our tech director, bless her, knew how to retrieve them. If no one else on AtoZ knows how to, I will be happy to try to get ahold of her after this holiday weekend to find out. :)
     
  4. FarFromHome

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    I lost my pictures from my husband's graduation from basic training for the military. I found a website where you sent the memory card in to the company. It was about $70 and it wasn't guaranteed that they would retrieve anything. I actually DID get all of my pictures back.

    I don't remember what the name of the company is-you can probably search online. It depends on how important the pictures are to her, since it's not guaranteed and pretty expensive.
     
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    Jul 5, 2010

    Google "free photo recovery" -- there are several free programs out there that will work.
     
  7. bros

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    Jul 6, 2010

    Is it on a SD card or the camera itself?

    whatever you do, DO NOT TAKE ANY MORE PICTURES OR CHANGE ANY SETTINGS ON THE CAMERA
     

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