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briafast Silver Member Nikonian since 26th Dec 2010Thu 09-May-13 10:24 AM
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"missing photos"


New York, US
          

I shot about one hundred photos and two videos with my d7000.

I put the SD card into the reader and use Image Capture on my Mac. I also tried Photo Mechanic.

The videos are shown but none of the photos.

I thought I had lost all the photos but when I look on the camera they are still there.


What is going on and how do I get at the photos?

Brian

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scpsolutions Silver Member Nikonian since 24th Aug 2012Thu 09-May-13 11:21 AM
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This is just a guess but I am guessing you where shooting in RAW mode. I am not a mac person. But in windows if you shoot raw you will see the files in windows explorer as NEF files but if you using image software that doesn't support the raw files you will not see them unless you shot and use jpg format. May be the same on the mac.

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briafast Silver Member Nikonian since 26th Dec 2010Thu 09-May-13 12:02 PM
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#2. "RE: missing photos"
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New York, US
          

I was shooting jpeg. I am trying to use a photo recovery program but I should not have to use one.

Brian Fass
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cpopescu Silver Member Nikonian since 14th Apr 2011Thu 09-May-13 12:06 PM
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Thu 09-May-13 12:07 PM by cpopescu

Paris, FR
          

It may sound stupid, but where the pics saved in another folder that you did not open?

Why not look at the card in Finder?

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briafast Silver Member Nikonian since 26th Dec 2010Thu 09-May-13 12:12 PM
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#4. "RE: missing photos"
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New York, US
          

After I posted I did think I looking in the finder and found them.

I realized I had been shooting video and did not know that the camera puts the video on the other SD card which was empty at the time (at least that is what happened).

So the photos went to one card and video went to the other. I just assumed it would go to the empty card since that is where the video was going.

Thanks for your help.

Brian Fass
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GTF Registered since 03rd Dec 2002Thu 09-May-13 01:55 PM
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#5. "RE: missing photos"
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Mastic Beach, US
          

If you set the camera to write to both cards as I do.
I like the safety of writing to two separate memory cards.
The NEF files and the video files are recorded to both cards.
I have never found the need or a good reason to split the recorded data
on two different cards.
I use 2 16 gig class 10 cards. SanDisk.
This way if one card goes bad I have a second card so I don't lose any recorded data.

I have never filled up a 16 gig card in one day.
If you do, then dual 32 gig class 10 cards should be enough.

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