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Never delete in camera


john p 17 100
17 Apr 2004 9:27PM
Has anyone heard of any problems when deleting images on camera?
Specifically that additional images can also dissapear. I have been told by an experienced digital imager that there is a risk of images being lost.

Is this untrue?
bppowell 19 2.2k 2 England
17 Apr 2004 9:29PM
I have never had it happen to me and I have deleted a lot of images in camera.

Barry
loweskid 20 2.0k 1 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2004 9:57PM
I've never heard of any such problems and I'm on my third digital camera. One of the main selling points of digital is to be able to check the image there and then and delete if it doesn't come up to scratch.
User_Removed 19 2.8k 11 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2004 10:22PM
Never happened to me either.
keithh 17 25.8k 33 Wallis And Futuna
17 Apr 2004 10:37PM
News to me. I always delete in camera, even after processing, never in PC.
Carabosse 18 41.7k 270 England
17 Apr 2004 11:04PM
I've never heard of it either. It might happen by accident if you have the display on multi-image view and get a bit carried away with your deletion.

But as a camera "fault"... neither I nor other users I know have come across this one.
mad-dogs 19 2.2k England
18 Apr 2004 6:53AM
I think this would most likely only happen if you delete by formatting the card in camera.
Leo 19 48 9 England
18 Apr 2004 9:03AM
Have to agree with Dave on that, I've owned quite a few digital cameras and never experienced a lost image. I delete via my camera and my card reader. BTW,there is a program available for recovery of lost jpg images, "Media Recover" it's called, costs around 30 dollars, which is not excessive by many standards and has an excellent reputation. Google will turn up the URL.
john p 17 100
18 Apr 2004 1:12PM
Thanks everyone. i guess this story resulted from a single case, possibly faulty card or equipment.

I shall continue to delete in camera

John
26 Apr 2004 7:50AM
I never heard the same even in cheapest camera in market.

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