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I was directed to a web site www.cardrecovery.com from there was able to download a trial software to check the card from my Cannon 460 Powershot camara, the deleted photograghs were found and displayed, I then purchased the log in key that enabled me to download the photos, about $45.00 Australian
Hey Dussan, Three camera's that might work for you are the Nikon P80, Panasonic DMC-FZ50K, and the Sony DSC-H50. All three of theses camera's have a 12x optical zoom and up, they are all 9 mega pixel and up, they all have movie mode, they all use lithium-ion batteries, and they are all around the same price as the Canon. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
Is your memory card locked? It won't let you delete pictures if it is. Check the little switch on the side of the memory card and move it in the opposite direction and then see what happens. Good Luck.