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Bradcalkins
New article posted: Careful with the kids!
ZD 50mm Macro f/2...
Posted: 04/03/2013, 11:09:21 AM
Chanevy
Thanks for sharing. I am glad that you got them back. I would never have realized there was a way to recover them!
EF 50 prime f1.8 Sigma EX 17-35 Sigma EX 10 prime ...
Posted: 04/03/2013, 11:35:27 AM
Perstock
Gosh! What a horrifying experience. Why not by cameras to the kids :-)
Nikon system. D750 and D7100 are the latest cameras.
Posted: 04/03/2013, 11:35:49 AM
Clearvista
Wow, talk about breaking out in a sweat. Bet you were relieved to get them back. I didn't have a clue about the recovery, nice to know though.
IS, Cannon 70-200, Canon 100-400 IS. Giotto tripod....
Posted: 04/03/2013, 12:14:13 PM
Egomezta
That must have been shocking, good you were able to recover the images.
and equipment: - Nikkor 70-300 mm - Nikkor 18-105 mm...
Posted: 04/03/2013, 12:14:21 PM
Bradcalkins
@Perstock - We did have an inexpensive waterproof Fuji for the kids, but it turned out to not be tough enough to withstand a night at the bottom of a hot tub on our last ski trip :) To be honest, I'm not sure how they did delete all the images - the Olympus OM-D I use does not have an erase all when you delete, you have to go into the menus and actually pick that option to format a card...
ZD 50mm Macro f/2...
Posted: 04/03/2013, 12:16:29 PM
Inyrdreams
omg I would have been in a panic! I learned long ago the kids have their own camera.. period! lol and the joke in the family is my daughter has NEVER made it home with vacation PHOTOS.. OR THE CAMERA. TO THIS DAY, there is a camera sitting at the arch in St Louis, at a bar in the Bahamas and most likely on a ledge on the mountain in Rocky mountain Park. deep sigh. we still don't buy her expensive cameras.. and she is now 30! So glad you were able to recover most of the images!
Nikon D70 and nikon 5100
Posted: 04/03/2013, 13:16:25 PM
Lenutaidi
Well,how well that there are software from the Sandisk Rescue Pro:)Thanks for sharing!
Posted: 04/03/2013, 13:28:47 PM
Rigsby8131
A lesson to us all. I'm glad you recovered your images. Thanks for sharing.
Canon EOS 50D with various lenses and Sony NEX-6
Posted: 04/03/2013, 13:32:09 PM
Brettossman
Been there, done that. LOL
Glad you got them back.
Powershot SX50 HS Photoshop Elements 11...
Posted: 04/03/2013, 17:10:59 PM
Suyerry
I am so glad you were able to recover your photos. Thanks for sharing.
Nikon Equipment, Nikon Lenses, Professional Photo Software
Posted: 04/04/2013, 07:48:13 AM
Bradcalkins
I appreciate all the happy wishes - glad I got them back too!
ZD 50mm Macro f/2...
Posted: 04/04/2013, 10:04:49 AM
Libux77
Thanks for these precious advices ;-)
Posted: 04/04/2013, 15:02:19 PM
Mangroove
Ups, must pay attention. Thanks for the advice.
Canon 30D, Canon 7D, Canon EF24-70L f2.8, Tokina 12-24 f4
Posted: 04/05/2013, 00:39:19 AM
Peanutroaster
Good tip about the recovery software. Its always worth a try. Pity many people probably don't know its possible.
lens. Alien bees studio lights....
Posted: 04/05/2013, 06:24:56 AM
Adeliepenguin
What a welcome home from a nice family vacation:) Your images turned out great--I am glad you could save them.
FYI, Rescue Pro also works with a memory card go bad. When I returned from Hawaii in February and popped a memory card into the computer, lightroom couldn't see any images. The card had gone bad (and it wasn't even a year old). Rescue Pro came to the rescue. It took a long time for it to work, but it saved every image on the card.
Currently my primary camera is a Fuji XT-1.
Posted: 04/05/2013, 09:57:48 AM
Bradcalkins
@Adeliepenguin - thanks, it does work surprisingly well! I also found that it found a bunch of images and movie clips from a kids hockey tournament back in February - so I won't be fooled into thinking that formatting the card in the camera actually cleans out the bits on the card to make it empty :)
ZD 50mm Macro f/2...
Posted: 04/05/2013, 10:41:31 AM
Karenfoleyphotography
Wow, what a shock! Thanks for the tip about the recovery software - one of those hope you never need it, but good to know it's there! K-
Posted: 04/05/2013, 10:51:40 AM
Jdanne
Thanks for the advice! My son has his own camera ...
ED, Nikkor 24-70mm 1:2.8 ED, Nikkor 70-200 1:2.8 ED VRII, Nikon S...
Posted: 04/05/2013, 15:58:41 PM
Bradcalkins

Originally posted by Jdanne:
Quoted Message: My son has his own camera ...
Good plan :)
ZD 50mm Macro f/2...
Posted: 04/05/2013, 16:07:21 PM
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