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Settings I went into menu. Read formatt and I was trying to get the setting to take more pictures. My camera was set at low-level formatt so I hit okay and it wiped my whole memory card out. How can I recover this? Thank you, Kristen

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Sorry, but you can't. Once you delete photos from a camera memory card they are gone.

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