Question about Kodak EasyShare One Digital Camera
There are a few possibilities. I'll start with the most hopeful:
Did you happen to share your camera card with another camera or device? If so, the images may be of a type or resolution that the camera cannot display, but the images may be transferable to your PC or Mac for use. Try to transfer them directly from the camera (it won't hurt the pictures), but if they are still problematice, you may want to use a card reader to move the data.
Another possibility is that your card was full or your battery was not fully charged when you took some of the pictures, but this would not effect all of them. Those images would not be recoverable, as they are likely incomplete files.
The final possibility I can think of is that they got zapped going through the airport scanner. That happened to me once.
Usually they allow you to set cameras aside to avoid this.
I hope you are able to get them back.
DO not use the camera card for anything more until you reformat it an take some test shots to verify that it will work for you next time you need it.
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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