If the camera sees it, it should exist …
Hath the original poster of the thread thought of uploading the files from the
camera, by wire or wifi ?
Hope this helps
> Le 22 juin 2020 à 01:35, Chris Trask <christrask@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> Seems to me that if the camera can see them then perhaps the Olympus
> Viewer software should see them as well.
>> Took EM1 MkIII for the NABA flutterby count yesterday. Beastly hot and
>> stayed well away from others and had mask on sometimes. Generally just
>> stayed 10-20 ft away as too hot. for mask.
>> Had used the card in the Mk11 and took a few test shots and decided not
>> to format--error. I did not reformat with GM5 for GX 85 and no issues
>> though I did a mock transfer given much more at risk. As the Oly cams
>> are so close and like to use the cards as dig film, thought I'd get away
>> with it. I had maybe a couple decent shots of a Bronze copper but the
>> light was harsh and they did not cooperate as too warm. Windoze does
>> not see the images but the cam does. Will a recovery tool find them?
>> I have an additional backup already so will reformat and test the card
>> but suspect the lack of formatting in new cam was the issue. Someone
>> will know how to get them off.
>> Looking to free the hostage images, Mike
> When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro
> - Hunter S. Thompson
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>> Subject: [OM] Images on SD card held hostage
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