There are few things more frustrating in the world of digital photography than losing photos on which you place a great deal of importance.Finding your holiday snaps have been accidentally deleted from the memory card, or pictures of a special occasion ruined because the USB flash drive’s file system has become corrupted can be quite upsetting.
Today, Fujifilm rolled out new firmware packages developed for some of its X-series digital cameras, namely versions 1.20, 2.10, and 5.10 targeted at its X-T2, X-Pro2, and X-T1 device models, respectively.
Don’t worry though as we’ve put together a list of six free programs that can help recover your valuable photos.
In addition to these programs, we also have a similar list of 10 more general tools that can recover data from most storage devices.
In terms of changes, the current updates add support for Fujifilm’s EF-X500 Shoe Mount Flash, which allows owners to upgrade their flash unit using the cameras mentioned above.
However, take into account that the accessory’s firmware must be at least 1.02 or newer for this to work.
But before I planning to send, just take the memory card to see all the pic in my Mac.