Embedded with brand new features, Canon EOS 7D digital camera is a delight for all the photographers. The camera with 18 mega pixel captures tremendous images and videos and stores them on the CF (Compact Flash) memory card. These cards, although considered to be safe media of storage, can be corrupted due to numerous reasons. Corruption of these cards primarily results in inaccessibility of all the images and videos stored in the cards. In such cases, these multimedia files can be easily accessed from a valid backup, usually created on a computer system. However, if a photographer has not created any backup or backup is incomplete, then the photographer needs to use an advanced third-party Card Recovery Software.
Consider a practical scenario, where any of the below error messages are displayed on the LCD monitor of the Canon EOS 7D camera:
The card cannot be used
Card cannot be accessed. Reinsert/change card or format card with camera.
After the above error message appear on the LCD screen, the data stored on the CF memory card becomes inaccessible. Furthermore, these error message do not allow you to click any new images or videos.
The root cause for any of the above error messages is corruption of CF memory card. Few major reasons for corruption are improper handling of camera, interrupted read/write operation, and virus infection.
The only possible way to resolve the above problem, in case of backup unavailability, you will need to format the memory card with camera (as suggested in error message). But, once the card is formatted, the data saved on it gets erased. The formatted images, videos, or any other multimedia files can be only recovered by using an advanced Card Recovery application. The Card Recovery utility allows recovery in three simple