How to recover deleted photos from Canon EOS 5D Mark II
By Vito Johnson
The compact memory card used by canon EOS 5d mark works just like the computer hard disk drive in terms of file deletion, deleted images or videos are data files whose pointer file being removed from the file allocation table, the actual media stays unharmed and remains on the memory block, which is now flagged as blank area and will be overwritten by the camera’s OS when more and more new photos/videos captured and start to demand more space.
To recover deleted photos from canon EOS 5D Mark II, you need to avoid writing data to the memory card, that means, no more shootings or file transfer before the photo recovery is done.
The step by step guide to recover deleted photos from canon EOS 5D Mark II
Download photo recovery for canon EOS 5D Mark II, the software will resurrect deleted photos captured both in raw and standard, deleted videos and audio files.
Plug in your 5D Mark II, click scan. You can take out the memory card and connect it with the computer via memory card reader.
Launch photo recovery and select media drive as “removable drive”
Click “scan”. This may take a while if the memory card is well stuffed.
After scanning, the software will let you preview the deleted photos, videos and audio files it found in the storage.
Select the ones you want to have back and click recover.
Recover deleted photos from canon EOS 5D Mark II
Remember to back up the recovered files.
The EOS 5D Mark II is astounding. It simple excels in every important area. Image quality is fabulous, the 1080p video capture was stellar and low-light performance is simple awesome. The canon EOS 5D Mark II was found to strike “a great balance between resolution, quality and performance”.