Tutorials to Recover Sony Alpha a5100 Mirrorless Camera

Sony Alpha mirrorless camera range reinforced by the presence of a new camera for the line, Alpha a5100. The camera brings some advantages of Sony’s previous flagship camera, the Alpha A6000, but using a smaller body, from the ranks of the Sony NEX 5. the camera design as one of the smallest mirrorless camera with high ability.

Alpha a5100 using specifications similar to his elder brother, Alpha A6000, the APS-C 24.3 MP Exmor, and Hybrid Auto Focus system that is a high speed. The camera is also equipped with X BIONZ processor that promises the ability to capture images and record videos of high quality. For photos, this camera supports resolutions up to 6000 x 4000, while for video, supports recording up to 1920 x 1080 resolution at 60 fps.

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LCD screen measuring 3 “in this camera has been equipped with WhiteMagic technology. The screen can be rotated 180 ° in the forward direction, like some 3 NEX series cameras. In addition, Alpha a5100 camera is also equipped with WiFi connectivity and NFC can be used to quickly transfer images to devices based on Android operating system gadgets.

How to Recover Deleted Photos on Sony Alpha a5100?

  1. Download and install photo recovery software on your computer, for example I use PC Inspector Recovery
  2. Connect your Sony Alpha a5100 memory card to a computer with a card reader
  3. Run the PC Inspector Recovery program
  4. You will be required to choose the language in use. After that click on the check image was colored green.
  5. After that you will be required to choose between Recover Delete Files (useful to find a file or folder that is never erased), Find Lost Data (Find the file or folder that is already formatted), Find Lost Drive (Finding Files Drive). Choose Recover Delete Files.
  6. After selecting Recover Delete Files, you will be required to select the drive where your file was never lost. Select your memory card drive, then click the green Tick image to continue.
  7. Then Choose File / Folder that Want in Recovery.
  8. After that, Save File / folder into the directory you want. Then click image wheels, and red Tick mark.
  9. Once saved, create a new folder name. Immediately back into the drive folder you specified earlier, then click the green check mark.

Read also “Recover Deleted Photos on Pentax K-50 Mid-Range DSLR Camera” and another user guides. Hopefully the article of Tutorials to Recover Sony Alpha a5100 Mirrorless Camera useful for you.

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