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I had a bunch of photos on my SD card (Sony alpha 6000) and then shot some videos using the timelapse app. I could see them when in playback mode on the LCD. Now (3 days later, not using the camera meanwhile, but I did change batteries), I don't see the videos on the SD card! Where did they go? Is it possible that the timelapse application didn't save them to SD card and they're gone because I swapped batteries??
Warning As I have discovered to my cost when using the format function from the memory options , it does exactly that, it completely erases the card and if you have made a mistake you cannot recover images with a recovery program; the sony A7RII does a full format. Well what did you expect I hear you saying, i expected to be able to reverse that's what, if I format a card with my Olympus body or any of my Pentax bodies I can still recover images and I was used to that fail safe if I messed up. Don't fall into the same trap, if your Sony say format then it b****y well means it!!
Hi everyone, I got a problem during a recording.. I change the battery without stopping the recording.. So, the rush didn't register on the SD card as a '.MP4' file. Instead of that, I got a '.RSV' file (visible on my computer) that I can't read as a video, and which has the good size of my original rush (29Go). I want to know if you have any idea about how to open it or convert it as a MP4 file? Thank you in advance. Greetings.