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It's probably permanently deleted but try plugging it into your computer and accessing the hard drive. You might see files in there that look like they are in a deleted state but not yet actually deleted because they haven't been overwritten yet. The file names might start with characters like $ or # or other characters besides numbers/letters.
Mine does the same thing.After it says "connecting" on the LCD of the camcorder, there is nothing to actually do on the camcorder. With the Sony SR42 software installed (supposed to come with the camcorder on purchase-but maybe you can also find it for free online), the software called Sony Picture Utility (which is part of the big packge of software) opens up automatically and offers to either burn your photos/videos to directly to a compact disc, or to import them onto the computer's harddrive.
That's how it happens for me.I'm not-tech savy or anything. Hope this helps.
First, I suggest you consult a web buying guide, such as:
The camera you mention has a built in hard drive for media storage. The main drawbacks are image quality as the picture is highly compressed and you must export your media to your computer. This feature is either really handy or an inconvenience - it all depends on your preference.