How to Recover Deleted Photos/Videos from Nikon Camera
When using Nikon digital camera, accidental deletion is one of the most common problems. In addition, there are many people who format memory card in the camera. These behaviors result in data loss, and stored photos or videos would be lost forever if you don’t try to fix it. What’s more, the camera has no withdraw key or recycle bin. It is urgent to find a way to dealing with Nikon photo recovery.
No worries if you just erase pictures, you could easily restore deleted photos and videos from Nikon digital camera by Nikon photo recovery software. To prevent data from being overwritten, the first step is stopping using your Nikon to take photos or shoot videos.
Instructions to Recover Deleted Photos/Videos from Nikon Camera
RePicvid Free Photo Recovery is an easy yet reliable software to recover deleted pictures (JPEG, NEF, RAW, TIFF, etc), videos (MOV, AVI, MP4, MTS, etc) from Nikon digital camera, such as Nikon Coolpix series, Nikon D series, and Nikon 1 series. It has three separate recovery options and a comprehensive one to provide deep scan for all files. Just download this Nikon photo recovery software and learn how to recover deleted photos or videos from Nikon camera.
Step 1. Connect Nikon Camera to Computer
Remove the memory card from your camera and put it in a card reader, then insert the card reader into one of USB port of computer. Or you can use a built-in USB cable to connect your camera to computer.
Step 2. Select Your Camera for Nikon Photo Recovery
Run the software and select a recovery option. Choose the disk where your Nikon camera is located.
Step 3. Scan Nikon Camera Memory Card for All Photos and Videos
Select Nikon RAW picture format (NEF) and JPEG in “Advanced Settings”, then click “Scan” to search for all deleted and exiting photos/videos. Next, it allows you to preview the thumbnails of deleted photos/videos selectively before recovery.
Step 4. Recover Deleted Photos/Videos from Nikon Camera
Tick the deleted photos/videos that you want. Click on “Recover” to choose a folder on local disk to retrieve deleted photos or videos from Nikon camera. After recovery, create a backup folder for the important files.
Measures to Solve General Nikon Digital Camera Problems
Q1: When turning the Nikon camera on, memory card shows being write protected and stop you taking or deleting pictures.
Answer: First remove it and ensure there isn’t a switch that locks it. Otherwise transfer your old pictures from camera to another storage device (computer) and format the card. Then try to take new pictures.
Q2: Nikon camera stops recognize memory card.
Answer: Connect it to computer and start an anti-virus software to do a full scan. Generally, it does not damage the files in the card. Or else, backup the data inside and format the card to re-confirm it.
Q3: Memory card in your Nikon camera won’t format.
Answer: Firstly put the card into the computer. Click “Computer Management”> “Storage”> “Disk Management”. Right click on the item representing the card, and choose “Format”. Secondly, format it as NTFS, even though it should be FAT32. After formatting is done, pop it into the camera, then it will be formatted automatically.