Known as the best camera ever to take gorgeous portraits, Casio Selfie camera gains great popularity among young people and even inspires a selfie trend in ladies! But have you ever imagined that you accidentally delete photos from Casio camera? Do you know how to get Casio pictures back again?
Sure! And I've never been in a dilemma of retrieving pictures from Casio Exilim as Card Recovery Software always helps me out in no time. It is specially designed to recover lost photos from ALL Casio Exilim cameras, such as ZR-Series, N-Series, Zoom and Hi-Zoom, due to accidental deletion, formatting, misoperation or other various reasons.
How to Restore Pictures from Casio Exilim Camera with 3 Easy Steps
What's more, it's easy to use that you can effortlessly perform Casio camera photo recovery via the following 3 steps. Before starting, download the software to PC (Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP supported) and launch it after installation.
Step 1: Connect Casio Exilim camera to computer via a USB cable and then Click "Start" on its primary interface.
Note: If your camera can't be recognized by the software, please take out the memory card (SD/xD/MicroSD/CF/SDHC card, etc.) from camera and connect it to PC with a card reader.
Step 2: Click the name for your camera on the left sidebar and choose either "Standard Mode" or "Advanced Mode" to scan lost images from Casio camera. Then "Scan" to proceed.
Tips: Casio Photo Recovery Software chooses Standard Mode by default that enables you to select file types like pictures, videos and documents. While Advanced Mode is more time-efficient by allowing you to choose specific file formats such as .jpg, .png, .xlxs, etc.
Step 3: After scanning, it will display all scanned photos as well as videos by category just as the picture shows. Freely choose what you want to restore from Casio camera and click "Recover" to start Casio photo recovery.
That's it! Moreover, Casio Photo Recovery Software is much more powerful than you think as it also supports recovering lost pictures from Fujifilm, Olympus, Canon EOS, Sony, Samsung Galaxy and other popular camera apart from Casio Exilim.