Some little background.
So today, I went on a school field trip and took my camera with me. I took quite a lot of pictures. After the field trip, I went back to school. I checked the pictures on my camera on the way back and they were all fine. After school, on the bus ride home, I checked the pictures on my camera again, they were also fine, nothing wrong here. But when I got home, I took the memory card out of my DSLR, put it into my computer, and find out that ALL the pictures I took today were gone.
I put the memory card back into my camera just to see if my PC was shitting with me. The pictures are gone there too. I remember in the morning, my "number count" (Tells how many pictures you can take until you're out of memory) was around 320. When I took my last known picture, the number count was at around 200. So I took more than a hundred images.
I check my camera now to see if the number went back up to 320. If it did, then the images I took today were gone, but turns out that the number is still around 200. So that means I still have the images on my card somewhere, right? I don't know. I've tried recovering the images using Recuva, but I only found one image I took today, and it was the last image I took, it was also a test image that I deleted immediately after taking it.
My DSLR tends to overheat a lot and it heats up the memory card too, but it's never deleted anything before in result of the overheating.
I was REALLY looking forward to examining the pictures too.
I still have pictures I took earlier this month on the card and I can view them fine.
[QUOTE=hl2poo;28286898]I've tried recovering the images using Recuva, but I only found one image I took today, and it was the last image I took, it was also a test image that I deleted immediately after taking it.[/QUOTE]
Did you run it searching for "other", and did you have "deep scan" enabled?
I found the images, I used an alternate recovering program and found all the images, except some of the pictures were partially recovered so viewing the images looked like this:
At least, I think that means they were partially recovered.
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