How to recover deleted photos from Nikon d5100/d5200

Nikon d5100 stores photos and videos on a SD card, a fabulous little card that allows deleted media files to be recovered. And here’s why.

When you press that “delete” button, the operating system went to locate the selected photos or videos and marked them as unwanted. Thus when new photos or videos are captured after the deletion, the operating system is granted to overwrite on that place. Until the overwritten happens, nothing happens to the deleted files, they can be easily brought back by software solution engineered to recover deleted media files on Nikon d5100, and here’s how.

Download Nikon d5100 photo recovery software

Install and launch photo recovery software and connect your Nikon d5100 with computer, you can also pull the SD card out and put it in a card reader, then plug the card reader in the computer.

Scanning

In advanced scan menu you will be able to choose which file types will be listed in the scanning result, the scanning is comprehensive so narrow down the scanning type range doesn’t necessarily save the scanning time. Or you can just hit the “scan” button and sort out the wanted photos in the preview panel after scanning.

After scanning, use file type filters to locate the wanted photos and videos

Recover deleted photos from Nikon d5100

Nikon d5100 represents the fine balance between advanced imaging technology and well sized form factor, a combination of capable hardware, usability and a reasonable price tag. 

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