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Recover deleted lost photos from Nikon D90

4 June 2013 No Comment

I just deleted about 10 images from the camera (Nikon D90) by mistake. How do I recover them? Is there a safe and easy software I can use?
Anybody else have this problem but recovered their photos? How does this work? Please help if you can. Thanks a lot!

Having trouble similar to the man above? Don’t worry. This article will teach you how to recover deleted photos from Nikon D90 camera. The first thing you need to do is keeping your camera safe and not be used to capture new photos or videos for avoid to overwrite lost files.

Guide about recover deleted pics from Nikon D90 on Windows or Mac

Free download right version Nikon D90 Photo Recovery or Nikon D90 Photo Recovery for Mac to your computer for getting back formatted, deleted, lost, removed photos from Nikon D90.

 (for Windows)     (for Mac)

Tip: You can search and view photos which can be recoverable with the trial version. If you find wanted photos, you can purchase the full version to get them back.

First, you need to connect Nikon D90 to PC or Mac with USB or connect memory card with card reader for scanning.

Step 1: Select a drive and start scanning
Choose removable drive in the drive list, then click “Start Scan” to search the lost files on Nikon D90. You also can select the target file types in “Advance Scan“.


Step 2: Recover deleted Nikon D90 photos
After scanning, you can see all photos, pictures which can be recovered. Then you can choose the need ones and click “Recover” button to restore them to your computer.

recover deleted photos from nikon d90

Note: Do not save retrieved files back to the card either in case partial photos got overwritten.

Support all Nikon SLR digital cameras
D4, D3X, D800, D600, D300S, D7100, D7200, D5200, D90, D5100, D3200 and D3100.

Download Free download Nikon Camcorder Recovery 8.6 MB   (For Mac version)
 Buy Nikon Camcorder Recovery ($39.99)   (For Mac version)

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