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I deleted photos from Sony PowerShot A520 before I downloaded them. Can I retrieve them?

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Yes, you can recover deleted photos from sony powershot camera with camera photo recovery software like asoftech photo recovery. you may refer to this tutorial that helped me before
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the tutorial should be very easy to follow. hope that you can get the help.

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First things first - Stop using the device immediately! Then connect the device where your lost images located to a PC which has installed this digital camera photo recovery software.

Remember - DO NOT write anything back untill you recover the photos safely. Once the photos are overwritten, it is impossible to recover. Best regards.

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Firstly, stop using this camera to take any new photos in case that your deleted photos are actually lost.
Secondly, connect this camera to your computer.
Thirdly, download a deleted photo recovery freeware to restore all your deleted photos back.
In fact, as I know, there are many similar efficient photo recovery freeware that can easily help you get back your deleted photos successfully:
4Card Recovery
http://www.4cardrecovery.com/
iCare Data Recovery Free
http://www.icare-recovery.com/data-recovery-free.html
Recuva
http://www.piriform.com/recuva
Fourthly, restore and save all deleted photos on a different memory card or drive.
Note: Make at least two backup of everything important on separate places in the future.

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Yes you can recover them unless you overwrite them . so dont take more photos using that card until you extract your erased ones . there are many programs available for recovering erased photos .. here is a couple examples of many available .. some free some paid .. its usually worth while to have such a program on standby in case you need it in the future ..

http://www.diskdoctors.net/recover-lost-deleted-digital-photo.html

here is another
http://www.recovermyphotos.com/

here is a discussion that will help you understand what is available ..
http://blogs.zdnet.com/digitalcameras/?p=1102

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