What happens if you're going through your camera's digital images and you decide that the picture you are looking at is not up to scratch and you delete it, but instead of pressing the
delete image icon you select and press the delete all button by mistake.
You might say 'oops' or maybe something slightly more colourful but either way you will probably start to panic
So what do you do now?
If you were using a compact flash, Memory stick or a SD card then all is not lost....
If your camera takes an XD card then I'm afraid all is lost!
The important thing is to take your card out of the camera so
that you do not take anymore pictures on it.
Next thing is to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
and I'll do my best to get your precious images back
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1 Make CD/DVD copies of your images as soon as possible
2 If your batteries are running low swap them for a fully charged set because if they run out while being used it can result in file corruption
3 After you back up your images it's a good idea to reformat your card.
( Don't forget to first check your disc to make sure it has burnt correctly)
4 Switch off your camera before removing your camera card
5 Keep your cards away from strong magnetic fields
6 Before removing your card from the PC you are advised to right click the green arrow in your system tray at the bottom right hand corner of your monitor and eject your drive letter
7 Always download your pictures onto your PC first before editing, as working on them while stored on the card only will reduce the life of your card
8 Avoid using your camera/card in extreme temperatures and do not store in direct sunlight like a hot car, or in damp and humid conditions
9 Try to avoid passing your card from one person to another. Sounds crazy but static can kill a card and the images contained on it
10 And Lastly if you are in the habit of keeping your used cards in your pocket, remember to take them out before washing...
It does happen!
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