Question about Pentax Optio M10 Digital Camera
I did the same thing. I was absolutely sick about it. I had my niece's wedding pics, my son on a B-17 bomber, not to mention others. I found a site called card recovery and it actually retrieved my pictures and only cost around $40. Trust me...those pics were priceless. Check it out.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
Belatedly I've learned that it pays to take a digital photography course when you own an M10. It's a great camera but it expects a lot of you and the manual is hard to comprehend. When you reset the camera, you erase the entire photo memory -- you should only use it when you want to clear out the memory.
IF you have vital photos there that you want to retrieve (like wedding picture), you can take your photo card to a photo store and for (I'm told) $100 to $150 they can possibly retrieve your pix. My instructor said there also may be some free recovery software out there online, although he didn't give any specifics. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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