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Is there any way to setup the camera for one file

Is there any way to setup the camera so all the video data is written to one continues file?

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Hi there. There is a way to do it. It is found on page EN 53 of your manual. If you don't have it, you can find it here.

http://www.manualnguide.com/dl/651/

Basically, it's a menu setting. Set it for Cancel. This will prohibit the camera from starting a new file number from day to day.

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Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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Cannot retrieve photos in camera, but are on memory card


You can very often recover deleted pictures from a camera memory card or USB Memory stick. However, to increase the chances of being able to recover pictures after they have been deleted you must not save any new photos, files or data to it.


When you delete pictures (or any files) from a memory card or USB memory device the data itself isn't deleted, just the file system pointers that says where the data for those files is located. The area where the deleted picture data was stored is also now marked as free space so it is available to the system for any new files to be written there instead.


If and when that happens, then it is too late to recover your deleted pictures so it is very, very important that new pictures or files aren't saved to the memory card in the meantime.


One of the easiest ways to see if your deleted pictures can be recovered is to try some photo recovery software. Recommended asoftech photo recovery as I used it before. download from link below

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Recover deleted photos


If a file is deleted and is not written by further data, then the file has actually been there.Check out http://www.any-data-recovery.com/recover-photo.htm
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My photos were deleted are they gone permanently


You can often successfully recover deleted photos from a PC, phone or camera memory card or USB Memory stick, it just depends on what's happened since the files were deleted.
When you delete files the data itself isn't deleted, just the index entry that says where the data for those files is located. The space containing the deleted files is also now marked as free space so it is available to the system for any new files to be written there instead.

If and when that happens, then it becomes too late to recover your deleted files so it is very, very important to not save any new files or data to the device concerned.
If the deleted files are on a memory card or USB memory stick, just don't save any new files to it.

One of the easiest ways to see if you can recover deleted files is to try some file recovery software. Recommended this data recovery as it saved my life many times.
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Is it possible to recover deleted video from my canon power shot s3 is without buying software?


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You have to use a card reader either on your computer or an external USB card reader. Put the card in the card reader, open the recovery program, then select the drive where files are deleted, then press "Start" and wait for it to do it's magic.

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How do i recover a deleted flip cam video. I have a mac


First of all, stop using camcorder. Better take the hard drive or memory card out of your cam and put it in safe place. Because a simple delete won't make your videos erased permanently. But if you continue save more files to the storage device. There will be a possibility the deleted video files are written over.

Then the most effective way is to rely on software to perform recovery. Try this Mac data recovery utility, see if it will help.

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Accidentally deleted a video, any way to get it back?


Dont worry, you can recover deleted videos from digital camera with a good camera recovery software, recommended asoftech data recovery as it helped me before. You may refer to this digital camera data recovery guide that helped me before:
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You may try some recovery software to rescue the files on your sd card, here are some for your options.

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Want to retrieve my pics lost in nikon cool pix s8


You can often successfully recover deleted files from a PC, phone or camera memory card or USB Memory stick, it just depends on what's happened since the files were deleted.
When you delete files the data itself isn't deleted, just the index entry that says where the data for those files is located. The space containing the deleted files is also now marked as free space so it is available to the system for any new files to be written there instead. you can then download a file recovery program and use the program to scan the memory card and then recover lost pics
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Shutter speed won't go over 5 frames a sec. on d300


Even if your camera is rated at shooting more than five continuous frames at a time, those are stored in a memory buffer in the camera, when the buffer is full the camera writes the images to your flash memory card. How fast the memory card can accept the data will determine who fast space is made available in the buffer for a sixth or seventh shot.

The main limitation on how many images can be shot in continuous mode is based on the storage capacity of the memory buffer and also how fast images can be written to your inserted memory card.

So, the higher the resolution the image the more space it takes in the memory buffer. Should you shoot in a smaller resolution you should be able to shoot more frames continuously. However, there are a few variables involved. If the Camera is preset at the factory to not store any more than five images no matter what the resolution than there is no way around this encumbered feature. And, or the speed at which the memory card you use can accept written data will also decide how fast the buffer is cleared for new data.

The highest speed flash memory conforms with Version 6 and has a write speed of 188x.

So, the things to double check is if a limitation is built into your camera of five images and no more than five no matter what the resolution. This is not uncommon. The second is the speed at which data can be cleared from the buffer and written to the memory card, less common but a newer standard now that faster flash memory cards are becoming available.

Now, all that being said, There are 'firmware' updates released from time to time that make adjustments to camera features than can change these variables

Most Nikons use Compact Flash so see if you can get a high speed card that is version 6 compliant. But, first, check the sony support site for your camera and see if 5 is the limit no matter what. And if so, see if there is a firmware update under downloads at the support site that increases the number of shots that can be stored in buffer while being written to the flash memory card.

I have a client wtih a D60 who when she switched over to 133x Compact Flash was able to shoot more frames faster in continuous mode.

Please don't hesitate to use the comment text box below for any further assistance, such as the support page at Sony for your camera if you don't have in in yoru manual. Or any information you may need regarding shooting in high speed mode and what format to use. Most Pros that consult with me are using JPEG uncompressed. If you have questions please provide more detail on how you have your camera setup and under what conditions you are shooting in when attempting to capture more frames per continuous mode shotting.

Regards,
Worldvet

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Card error


For the image file numbering problem: Go into the setup menu and set the numbering option to "renew" instead of continuous. For the card error: use the setup menu and format the card in the camera. This will erase everything on the card, so you will lose your video files, unfortunatly.

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