Went to review my images and 200 are mysteriously not there...... Please help

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  1. Mashburn

    Mashburn TPF Noob!

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    I was capturing an event. And was checking my images throughout the event. I know it captured the images because I saw them in previous reviewing.

    Well in my last review. It removed images 2300-2600..... I went to the computer to see if my camera want showing them, but the computer does not show record of capturing it. It jumps from 2300 to 2600 and shows a 2 hour Gap.

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    SD xc extreme plus class 10.

    Did my card go bad? Or is something wrong with the camera.


     
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    dennybeall No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Not familiar with that camera but the fact that the missing shots start and stop so cleanly I'd suspect an operator error. Are you sure photos are missing or did the numbers just jump?
     
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    480sparky Chief Free Electron Relocator Supporting Member

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    Stop using the card and run a recovery program on it. See if it recovers any deleted images.
     
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    Could it possibly be the FOLDER in which those images are stored has a different number?

    I've had a similar, heart-stoppage-rendering issue with the D610, with images being put into a new DCMA sub-folder.

    The issue might have been caused by how the card was read/downloaded to the computer.

    The camera itself can be set to display, or to not display, all folders and their contents, when reviewing images on the camera.
     
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    Were you running two cards? If so, was the second set as either backup or (shooting raw + jpeg), jpegs?
     
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    Mashburn TPF Noob!

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    Thanks that's what I did.

    SanDisk was really cool. Since I bought the extreme plus, it's a lifetime warranty. So they gave me a free software to recover.
     
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    As much as I want to agree. I just don't see how. Because only way possible I can think of is clicking delete 300 times, with another 300 times confirming it.

    Is there another way for user error? (I'm not being sarcastic, I'm being serious. Because I want to make sure I didn't accidently hit a button).

    I know I could have hit format. But that would have whipped all 3000 clean.
     
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    Yeah it was set as overflow. I've changed it now to backup, so if it happens again on both, I know it's the camera. And if it happens to just that card, it's that card.
     
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    waday Do one thing every day that scares you Supporting Member

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    What was the result? Did it recover your images?
     
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    Braineack Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    the D610 rolls over at 1000 images. I had the same moment DURING a wedding shoot.
     
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    Mashburn TPF Noob!

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    They were. A few were messed up out of 300. Butt the recovery place said that's typical when recovering data even from a perfect card.
     
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    It was not. When I noticed I ran to one of their s checking. And they were not.
     

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