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Re: the e1 cam saves 3 photos
Are you using any AE or WB bracketing functionality - according to the manual on pages 70-72 if these are set the camera will take three different shots of the same photo to show you the different exposure compensation or different white balance settings. Try turning either of these settings off and it should just go back to one shot at a time
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Be aware the camera does switch off the monitor for the time it is saving a picture. Most of the time, you won't see this, but when it is dark, or your shutter time is long for another reason, it takes longer for the camera to save the picture. Most of the time the saving takes as long as the time your shutter was opened.
There must be a software of some kind on your PC that modifies those pics in some way when you connect the cam (or maybe u edit the pictures :) ). If any picture on the cam is edited and saved, the cam will not detect those pics again.
There are several ways. Download and install google's picasa. When you connect your camera click the Import tab and follow the appropriate steps to download the photos. It does take time to learn and you may make a mistake so be sure to keep the option not to delete the photos from the camera after download.
2- The safest way is without any software. Connect the camera and go to Start/My Computer where your camera will appear next to C: (or D:) as E: or some such volume. Click on folders there until you see your photos. Copy the enclosing folder and paste it somewhere like the desktop or My Pictures. I usually prefer to save duplicate copies one on an external hard disk.
3- Same as 2, but also use www.irfanview.com to sort and display your photos.
4. Same as 1., 2. and 3. but instead of a USB cord connecting the camera use an memory card reader. That saves your camera battery for one. It also allows you to delete photos in the trash of the memory card (not the one n the desktop).
I'm working on the premise that you've deleted the photos from your camera memory or memory card.
If you have and used them since, its unlikely that you'll be able to retrieve them, you could have already over written them.
Its unlikely that you've deleted to your recycle bin, thats on your PC, usually already on your desktop. Camera's normally delete for good.
However, check your pc recycle bin, just double click onto it, it should be on your desk top. Once open you can choose to restore deleted files.
There are 2 file recovery programmes available for free from "filehippo.com" called "recuva" and "PC Inspector File Recovery 4.0". Download and install either of these onto your pc and recover from you camera memory to your pc (just create a folder on you desktop".
You need to switch the camera over to saving pictures directly onto the SD card.
1: Menu, Cam settings, Chose AUTO or SD card option Press OK
Note: If the SD card isn't in the camera or is unreadable the camera will automatically go back to saving you taken pictures on the internal memory.
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First of all, do not save any new file to camera's memory card.
Take out memory card, and connect it to computer using a card reader. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in Windows Explorer. Download this photo recovery software http://www.asoftech.com/apr/ Install and open the photo recovery software, select the memory card, and click 'Start' button.
1.connect cam via usb link and check your cam.your cam will show option choose "data storage".the other options will need a software to be installed in the pc.
2.find the icon in my computer or at the right lower side of the monitor/screen which confirms the camera is connected.This will show the "drive"
3.click on the "drive"...until it shows the letters DCIM.
4 click again and now will show all the pictures on the camera.
5. choose what picture you like to upload from your cam to pc. you can also choose all of them.
6. if your done transfering your pictures to your pc you can now upload pictures to your ebay.
just click upload from your ebay profile.
7. then a "browse" will appear. cllick browse and find the folder where you save the pictures you have loaded from the cam to pc, and click okey/open.
8. check your ebay to confirm that the picture has been loaded.
this is the other way to load pictures from your cam to pc:
youll need a card reader hooked up to your computer via a USB and your memory card.
If required, youll load your memory card into the card reader. Your digital media will appear as another drive on your computer. Click the drive and your photos will appear in a folder on the drive. You can view your pictures immediately by double-clicking the file. From here, you can save your pictures directly to any folder on your computer.