Question about Nikon COOLPIX S4300
If the pictures were on the card and you have not shot more pictures or video since then with the same card in the camera, their probably all still there.
Put the card in a reader, and scan it with image recovery software. The process takes a lot of time, but will give you all the pictures that are currently on the card, even if you accidentally erased them.
Deleting pictures alters the way their identified, but does not remove them from the card. When you recover them, the program looks for images that are no longer identified normally, and puts them in another file with new identification so your computer can see them.
When you add pictures to a card it overwrites the old picture files, and that permanently destroys the old files. Formatting the card removes all the picture information on the card permanently.
Posted on Oct 25, 2013
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