Question about Nikon D70s Digital Camera
Posted by Anonymous on
Yes, you do have chances to recover deleted pictures can if you take the right steps.
First things first - stop taking more photos (or videos) using the same camera (memory card) in case you may quite possibly ruin the chances of recovery.
Then connect the camera (Sandisk memory card) to your computer which has installed a data recovery software. Check this site Digital Camera Recovery for several tested and nice programs working under Both Windows and Mac OS X. Best regards and hope it help you out.
Posted on Dec 25, 2011
Well, that depends on how you lost those photos. I guess you must accidentally deleted or formatted them. In this case, Do it as follows.
First things first: DO NOT take any more photos with the memory card(within your camera) that you want to recover photos from. Take the card out of your cam and put it in a safe place. Because if you take any more files or save any data to your memory card, you may quite possibly ruin your chances of recovery.
Then Connect the card to your computer as it should appear as a "Removable Drive" or put the card in a card reader attached to your PC.
Next, if you are comfortable with using a PC then you can download a photo recovery utility that will recover your pictures with this software called Wondershare Photo Recovery (I once used this program bounded with some other software) from the following link(the program also recover videos and music files):
Photo Recovery for Windows (if you are running Windows OS)
Photo Recovery for Mac (for Apple Mac OS X)
Remember - Do NOT try & write anything back to your camera(memory card) until you can recover the files safely!
Posted on Feb 09, 2011
No D70 does not have internal memory so you cannot download the images as you mention.
However ALL is not lost as long as you have not used the camera card since you accidentally erased your photos. IIf you look on the web and search Photo Rescue Programs you will find a number of good ones at quite cheap prices. San Disk themselves market one called: Rescue Pro, basically the program scans the disc and using its software finds the missing images.
Generally when you delete images from a disc all you are actually deleting is the "address" of the photo on the disc. Lose the "address" and the disc / camera thinks it is empty. THe data is actually still on the card, but the camera / computer just cant read it without the "address".
By running Rescue Pro type program you actually can recover most photos in this type of case, if the disc is "corrupted" you may not be able to recover the images, but it is well worth investing to try and retrieve images for yourself, friends and family,
Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 24, 2010
First of all, do not save any new file to camera's memory card.
Take out memory card, and connect it to computer using a card reader. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in Windows Explorer.
Download this camera photo recovery software named asoftech photo recovery that helped me before
Install and open the photo recovery software, select the memory card, and click 'Start' button.
Posted on Feb 01, 2013
The lost photos often cannot be restored back from the camera internal memory. Have you saved them all on the inner memory card of this camera? If you do, you can try to get back your lost photos back directly from this sandisk memory card.
What you need is only a card data recovery program that can help scan your card deeply and do its utmost to get back your data:
Note: Never be so careless again and always back up everything important well.
Posted on Feb 12, 2014
The lost photos are still on the memory card of your Nikon D70 until they are overwritten by new files. Thus, you can retrieve the lost files with a Nikon Photo Recovery application. Learn more: http://www.nikon-photo-recovery.com/ Best wishes!
Posted on Jan 11, 2014
First of all, you should stop saving any new files to your Nikon D70 camera (or SD card) or taking new pictures. Then find some photo recovery software from the following websites, which are able to recover deleted or formatted photos and movies from cell phone, digital camera, memory card and SD card etc. Here are the steps: Step 1: Download and install the Digital Photo Recovery Software. Step 2: Connect your Nikon D70 camera (or SD card, memory card etc) to your PC or Mac. Step 3: Scan the source drive where your lost pictures located. Step 4: Recover the lost pictures and save them to another drive instead of the source drive. Best regards!
First of all, you should stop saving any new files to your Nikon D70 camera (or SD card) or taking new pictures.
Then find some photo recovery software from the following websites, which are able to recover deleted or formatted photos and movies from cell phone, digital camera, memory card and SD card etc.
Here are the steps:
Step 1: Download and install the Digital Photo Recovery Software.
Step 2: Connect your Nikon D70 camera (or SD card, memory card etc) to your PC or Mac.
Step 3: Scan the source drive where your lost pictures located.
Step 4: Recover the lost pictures and save them to another drive instead of the source drive.
Posted on Nov 12, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: D70 will not connect to
I checked all connection and cables and found two issues not related to camera. The USB cable was faulty, replaced and I could connect to computer through F port but the J and I port of the computer continues to not respond and I will need to see what is wrong there.
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
This is easily solved.
Most probably the camera's USB connection mode is set to PTP. This is useful for certain situations such as controlling the camera from the computer (you even take photos from OS X's built in Image Transfer).
Change this to "Mass Storage" in the camera settings menu and your camera will behave just like a card reader. Next time you connect it to the computer, plug it it, then turn it on and it will appear on the desktop and in the sidebar as an attached drive.
Don't forget to eject it before disconnecting just as you would an ordinary external drive.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
SOURCE: Nikon D70 data imprint
Sorry for the long answer, but this is complicated.
Some photo editors will allow you to set them up to display the date on the photo.
HOWEVER on all digital cameras:
The date taken is part of the image data that is stored in the file, but not as part of the image. If you print directly from the D70, you can set the date and data to print in one of the menus, but this only applies if you print from the camera. There is no way to actually put the date on the image like there used to be in some film cameras. Since the "picture" is now just a set of computer data bits stored on a card, disk, or other medium, the actual picture is defined by the jpeg standard, which is part of the ANSI/ISO/IEC organization. A camera manufacturer could add an extra bit of hardware to generate some kind of laser mark on the digital sensor in the camera, but I'm not aware of any camera that has this. For sure, the D70 does not.
In the various softwares that you can buy to read the file, the information in the file (like the date) can be interpreted and printed any way the software is programmed, including putting it somewhere on the printed output.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
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