Nikon Coolpix S220 is an easy to carry camera due to its ultra-slim and compact body. With 10 mega pixel resolution, 4-way VR Image Stabilization, and 3X optical zoom, the digital camera is built with almost all advanced features. The camera provides superb picture and video clarity, and allows them to be saved on SD (Secure Digital) or SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) memory card. These cards can be corrupted, if proper precautions are not taken by the photographer. In such cases, the pictures and videos saved in these memory cards become inaccessible. An easy way to overcome memory card corruption hazard is by restoring the data from an updated backup. However, if the photographer has not saved the files on some other location, then s/he needs to search for an effective Deleted picture recovery software.
To illustrate the above case, consider a scenario where the photographer does not take necessary precautions and takes out the memory card from Nikon Coolpix S220, while the camera was performing some read/write operation. However, when the memory card is re-inserted into the camera to view the pictures, the photographer receives the below error message:
“This card can not be used”
After the above error message appears, all the multimedia media files stored in the memory card become inaccessible.
Memory card corruption due to interrupted read/write operation.
The after-effects of the above error message can be surmounted easily if the photographer has maintained an updated backup. But, if the photographer has not maintained any backup, then s/he needs to use an effective third-party Deleted picture recovery to recover the lost data. The application can be easily downloaded from the Internet. Once the application is downloaded, the card can be connected to the system to perform recovery. With just few mouse clicks, these picture recovery applications recover your lost files and allow you to restore them on your desired location. These recovery tools come with highly graphical user-documentation, which makes the recovery process easily understandable even to a user with non-technical background.