“I am using a Sandisk Extreme 60MB/s CF card. I accidentally format the card in m 5D2. There were some photos in there, in RAW format. Is it possible to recover them? Hope someone can recommend me some special tool / application to do this recovery…”
“My harddrive was recently reformatted and i lost all my info without backing up. I still have music on my ipod, but my documents and photos are gone. i was wondering if there is anyway to recover deleted items off of my simpletech compact flash card i use for my canon digital canon. I have seen some programs online, and was wondering if any of them have good reputions.”
People always use CF card to save their important data like family photos, favorite movies or music, insert CF card to camera/camcorder or other electronic devices to shoot more videos. However, CF card data loss is a common issue due to different scenarios, such as accidental deletion of files from CF(compact flash) card, computer breakdown during file transfer between device and Mac, and reformatting of CF card data either intentionally or accidental. In this case, UFUSoft Photo Recovery for Mac could be your great assistance. It is a powerful data recovery software to recover deleted photos from CF card. Other files type like videos or audios can also be recovered by this software.
Please follow the way below to do Compact Flash card recovery:
Step 1: Download the free trial version of UFUSoft CF Card Photo Recovery from its official site and install it on your Mac computer. Then connect the CF card to computer via a card reader.
Step 2: Run this UFUSoft photo recovery for Mac. On the drive list, select your Compact Flash card as target drive. Then click the “Start Scan” button to perform full scan of deleted photos on CF card.
Step 3: Recover CF Card Deleted Photos
After a while, you will see a list of recoverable files. Preview and select the photo files you want to get back. Then click the “Recover” button to recover deleted photos from CF card.
Tip: Don’t save the recovered photos on your original Compact Flash card again. Find another place for safety’s sake.