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Deleted photos on my digital camera

Hello i just recently went to Jamaica and took lots of pictures my 13year old son deleted some of them off the camera and i was wondering if there was any way for me to recover them

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All right! As long as you've not overwritten them with any new photo, you do have a big chance to get back all your deleted photos back.
In fact, after the deleting process, the deleted photos on this memory card of your camera are not actually wiped out as you normally think. They are still stored on this memory card and only become invisible. But, they cannot be there forever. They can be easily rewritten by anything new on the same memory card. So, you should take care.
Plunge this camera to your computer and download a deleted photo recovery freeware to help you out:
http://blog4mark.blogspot.com/2012/12/photo-recovery-after-delete.html
I believe this data recovery freeware can work perfectly on your memory card just in the same way as it completely retrieves all the deleted data of my friend off from his camera memory card. Just give it a shot!
Directly download this freeware here:
http://www.freeware-fix.blogspot.com/2013/02/photo-recovery.html
PS: If you don't want to encounter the similar data recovery problems, you'd better back up everything important well in the future.

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POSSIBLY, IF THE DELETED PHOTO'S ARE IN THE RECYCLE BIN AND STILL ON YOUR COMPUTER. YOU CAN TRY THE SEARCH MODE IF YOU HAVE AN IDEA WHAT THE PHOTO'S FILE NUMBERS ARE. THERE IS SOFTWARE TO RECOVER DELETED FILES, BUT IT'S EXPENSIVE. MOST COMPUTER REPAIR SHOPS CAN PROBABLY RECOVER THESE DELETE FILES WITH SPECIAL SOFTWARE. IN THE FUTURE, PLEASE USE MORE THAN ONE MEMORY CARD AND REMOVE IT TO PROTECT VALUABLE PHOTO'S. MOST CARDS HAVE A PROTECT SWITCH TO PROTECT THE CONTENT AND USING MORE THAN ONE CARD DOESN'T PUT ALL YOUR PHOTO'S ON ONE CARD! THEN ONES DELETED OFF THE CAMERA ARE PROBABLY GONE. SORRY, BUT THIS WAS JUST REALLY BAD LUCK AND PLANNING LEAVING THE CARD IN EASY ACCESS TO ANYONE. IF YOU NEED MORE HELP,REPLY TO: ARCLIGHT1217

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Yes you can recover the photographs by using recovery software programmes.

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