Question about Canon Cameras
Think of the camera as a smaller brother of your PC. When you checked the series of photos, you were actually accessing the memory storage. The built-in processor of the camera was still reading them, sorting them, cataloging then and other housekeeping functions when power was cutoff. Assuming that by series, you mean a good number of photos, then the camera has not yet finished all of these when you powered off. This in effect is like powering off your PC without exiting properly. Having said this, then it is most likely that the "table of contents" was corrupted. This would explain why you were able to recover the photos but the camera was not able to list them. Again just like a computer storage, all that is required is to format the storage medium be it internal memory or an add-on/extension memeory card.
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