Let’s assume a scenario: You used Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera to capture brilliant photos of your family and friends. The photos which I captured were stored on the digital cameras memory card. While you previewing those photos on your digital camera, you accidentally clicked on ‘Delete All’ button as a result of which all the photos which were stored on Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera memory cards gets deleted. Now you are very upset and are looking for a way to recover deleted photos from Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera.

Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera is one of the most compact, versatile, powerful and economical camera model manufactured by Kodak. The 16MP CCD sensor delivers the pixels you need for big, farmable, beautiful photos. This camera offers so many features, people often use this camera to capture photos on vacations and holidays, many of not knowing that the pictures which were stored on this device is not 100% secure and photos loss can occur anytime. So in such case, you can opt Kodak Recovery software to recover deleted photos from Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera within few mouse clicks. For more details, you can visit this link: http://www.kodakrecovery.com

Reasons behind deletion of photos from Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera:

  • Unintentional deletion of photos from Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera by pressing “Delete All” option while navigating through the various options on digital camera.
  • Virus or malware intrusion to Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera’s memory card can sometimes delete photos from its memory card without giving you any notification.
  • Use of unreliable antivirus program to scan the virus infected Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera’s memory card may delete certain photos while removing harmful threats from it.
  • Deleting photos from Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera thinking that they are not required further but later you realize that you had chosen wrong photos files to delete.
  • Restoring Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera to factory settings without keeping data backup delete the entire files saved in the camera.

In above-mentioned cases, you can use Kodak Recovery software which is capable of recovering deleted photos from Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera with ease.

Features of Kodak Recovery Software:

  • With the implementation of this software, you can easily restore deleted photos from Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera as well as from different brands of cameras such as Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, etc.
  • This software can be used to recover photos from Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera’s memory card of various types such as SD, SDXC, SDHC, XD, MMC, CF, etc.
  • It recovers deleted photos from Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera of various types such as JPG, JPEG, PNG, GIF, TIFF, etc.
  • The software has a “Preview” option which allows the user to view the photos prior to restoration.
  • The software can perform deleted photo recovery from Kodak EsayShare M341, Kodak AZ521, Kodak M530, Kodak EasyShare C182, C142, C180, M340, Z950. Etc. on different Windows and Mac based OS.
  • It is a read-only app which scans the entire Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera’s memory card rigorously and recovers all types of photos, videos, etc. from it successfully.
 
 

Steps to Recover Deleted Photos from Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 Digital Camera:

Step 1: Connect Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera to your system. Then, download and install Kodak Recovery software to get main screen select the option of "Recover Photos".

Recover Deleted Photos From Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 Digital Camera- Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Now, select your Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 digital camera to recover photos from it. Scanning process will start immediately after the selection of digital camera.

Recovering Deleted Photos From Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 Digital Camera - Select Kodak AZ521 Camera

Figure 2: Select Kodak AZ521 Camera

Step 3: Once the scanning process is over, you can preview the recovered photos.

Restore Deleted Photos From Kodak PIXPRO AZ361 Digital Camera  - Preview Recovered Photos

Figure 3: Preview Recovered Photos