How to Retrieve Deleted Photos from Nikon D5100

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    Steps to Recover Deleted Photos from Nikon D5100 camera

    Nikon D5100 is a digital camera from Nikon packed with awesome features like 16.9 mega pixel camera with full HD photo and video recording, superior optics and excellent picture quality. It includes a memory slot to house a SD / SDHC / SDXC memory card. This cam is very handy and is used for photographing personal vacations and as well as professional photo shoots.

    How to retrieve deleted photos from Nikon D5100 camera?

    Data from a camera’s SD cards can get lost or deleted on multiple occasions such as unintentional data deletion – erasing files accidentally, formatting the SD card, deleting data accidentally from a connected computer. Data deletions scenarios include intentional data deletions – there are some scenarios where you may have to delete photos from a memory card like; when the device is inaccessible, affected with virus, or the camera’s data goes missing due improper usage, etc. or it might be a case that the memory card used was not of a good quality hence it was able to withstand the stress on it. Under such situations, you may lose all files such as photos and movies that were shot from your Nikon D5100’s storage device.

    Read on to know how to retrieve deleted photos from Nikon D5100 camera. When the storage device faces photo deletion due to any reason, the erased photos still reside on that memory device but it becomes inaccessible to the camera and to the computer. In order to recover deleted photos from Nikon D5100 cam, you shall need any reliable third party photo recovery software. A reliable and powerful photo recovery that is widely utilized restore deleted photos from Nikon D5100 and other digi-cams is Remo Photo Recovery utility for all Windows based computers, using which you can effectively recover all data that is deleted or lost due to any reasons.

    Remo Recover - Best Photo Recovery Tool to recover deleted photos from Nikon D5100:

    Here’s how to retrieve deleted photos from Nikon D5100 camera: download Remo Recover software by clicking on the Download button which you’ll find below and install it on your Windows system. Directly connect the Nikon D5100 camera to the system or you can as well use a card reader to connect the memory card to the Windows PC using USB. If you’re connecting the Nikon camera directly, make sure the camera is charged enough to easily last the photo recovery session. Then just follow the detailed photo recovery steps mentioned below with the respective screen-shots to rescue deleted photos from Nikon D5100 in just few simple steps. Before you proceed with data recovery process, you can learn some useful tricks in maintaining data securely on your Nikon camera.

    Useful tricks in maintaining data securely on Nikon cameras and to avoid data corruptions on its storage:

  • Handle with care: Storage devices can easily get corrupted if they are handled rashly or forcefully
  • Keep the camera battery charged before using it: If you capture pictures and videos when the battery is low, there is a possibility of data loss from it's memory card
  • Using the memory card on multiple platforms frequently such as camera, phones, card reader, etc. can result in data deletions and corruptions
  • Keep your Nikon camera’s storage device away from viruses and malwares and also from virus infected data

Steps to recover photos from a Nikon D5100 camera:

1. Download and install Remo Recover software on your Windows computer. Now connect your Nikon Coolpix’s SD card to your computer via card reader.

2. Choose the drive from where you want to recover data.

3. Now click on the Scan button from the main screen.

Scanning The Drive

Note: Wait for the tool to finish Deep Scan. The tool allows you to view the recovered photos through the Dynamic Recovery View option, you can also navigate to the Lost Partition folder in the Tree Structure. The tool allows you to preview the recovered photos using the Preview feature.

Select The Desired Folder

4. Finally, select the photos which you want to restore and click on the Recover option.


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