Have you lost your favorite photos from Olympus camera?

Olympus digital camera is one of the popular brands of digital camera. Now a day almost everyone owns a camera using which a person can capture the memorable moments of their life. But disaster can happen anytime & may end up in losing pictures from it. You cannot save it from loss whatever may be the brand of the camera & how good it is.

Suppose you went for a vacation with your friends & captured all the wonderful moment you spent there. After coming from vacation you were showing pictures to your parents in your Panasonic Lumix. But suddenly it strikes when you pressed Delete All button mistakenly and all your photos and videos are deleted. You may be feeling sad as the photos may be your favorite ones. Don't worry, later you will be explained, how to recover deleted photos from Panasonic Lumix?

What to do now? Many of you may think that your photos are lost forever. But the fact is that pictures are recoverable, when the pictures get erased from the card it remains intact in some part of the memory. You must be wondering how to recover pictures from Olympus camera. By making use of digital camera card recovery software you can get back all pictures from Olympus camera. One can also get the software, to get back deleted pictures on a computer go through this article. But before that, let us discuss some situations which lead to loss of pictures from it. If in case, you want to perform specific format file recovery or photos recovery like .tiff file then also you have the best option and that is to use the Tiff Photo Recovery Software, which will recover TIFF file easily.

Some facts behind loss of pictures from Olympus camera:

  • One of the major reasons for camera card corruption is faulty firmware of Olympus digital camera. It disorders internal log files of the memory card & makes it unrecognizable. Thus, the card reader is unable to read the content present in memory card. This will result in loss of pictures from memory card.

  • When memory card gets corrupted you may receive format error message making memory card files inaccessible. This error forces you to format the card due to which you may suffer from loss of pictures if you do not have proper backup.

  • If you pull out the memory card abruptly from Olympus camera when it is on or you are transferring pictures file loss can happen.

  • Clicking pictures when memory card’s memory is full or when Olympus camera is showing low battery message.

Digital camera card recovery software is the best application to get back pictures from Olympus camera & also other brands of digital camera such as Kodak, Sony, Fujifilm, Nikon, Sony, Samsung, etc. It can also recover picture from various brands of memory card like SanDisk, Transcend, HP, Kingston, Lexar, etc. Get more info about XD card recovery & other media storage device like CF, MMC, SD cards, etc. It also provides you the feature of recovering image file of different file formats such as GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, RAW, etc. It is built with advanced features & it can find all missing pictures from digital cameras by scanning each & every file & restores them on the basis of their signature. The application is executable in Windows & Mac Operating System. The Mac version of the tool is available for retrieving photos from Mac OS.

Procedure to perform the steps to get back photos from Olympus camera:

Step 1: Connect the memory card on your PC. Then from the home page select “Recover Photos” then choose either “Recover Deleted Photos” or “Recover Lost Photos” option from the next screen.

How to Recover Pictures from Olympus camera - Main Window

Fig 1 : Main Screen

Step 2: On the next screen you will find list of available drives, select the memory card and then click on “Next” to start the recovery process.

How to Recover Pictures from Olympus camera - Drive Selection Window

Fig 2 : Choose Drive

Step 3: Once you completed recovery process you can view the restored pictures using “Preview” option.

How to Recover Pictures from Olympus camera - Preview

Fig 3 : Preview screen

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