How to Recover Deleted Photos from Fujifilm Camera | Fujifilm Photo Recovery

How to recover deleted photos from Fujifilm cameras? You should try EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard and EaseUS data recovery services. You can copy and paste the photos to your Fujifilm camera directly if you have a recent backup.

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"Hi guys, something very unfortunate happened to me right as I am ending my Fujifilm photography trip. I accidentally hit (and confirmed omg) Delete All Frames. I only realized something is up when the deletion took quite some time and frantically hit cancel but by then, most of my pictures are gone already." – A post from Reddit: Accidentally deleted all frames.

While using a Fujifilm camera or other brands' digital cameras, users always want to be careful to avoid accidental deletion. But sometimes, you cannot avoid that kind of data loss eventually! When you find some photos are deleted by mistake, just relax and don't freak out. We have three possible ways here to recover deleted photos from Fujifilm cameras. You can perform Fujifilm photo recovery with software, recent backups, or with a professional data recovery team. Read the next three parts to learn how easy Fujifilm photo recovery is!

1. Recover Deleted Photos from Fujifilm Camera with Software

You may have many photo recovery plans to recover deleted photos from a Fujifilm camera. Before the Fujifilm photo recovery, you should stop using the Fujifilm camera right now. Why need to do that? Because Fujifilm camera SD card can store your deleted data for a while until you write some new data on it to overwrite the old data. If you don't want to make Fujifilm photo recovery more difficult, you'd better use another SD card instead.

To recover deleted photos from Fujifilm cameras, you have every reason to choose EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard, check the highlights of this software, and click the following button to download a trial version and recover data:

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Have you finished downloading and installing EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard? Follow the tutorial below to recover deleted photos from Fujifilm cameras step by step:

Step 1. Connect the SD card, memory card, or CF Card to your computer and launch EaseUS memory card recovery software on your PC. The SD card will be listed under the Devices section. Choose the SD card and click "Scan for lost data" to start looking for your lost data.

select a location and click scan

Step 2. The software will start a scan automatically. The scan is powerful enough to find all lost files that even lost file names. After the scanning process, you can find deleted items from the tree-view panel on the left. Then, click "Filter" if you are looking for a specific file type, like photos, documents, videos or emails.

scan and preview the memory/SD/CF card files

Step 3. You can directly double-click the files to preview the content. After this, you can choose wanted files and click "Recover" to restore them to a secure location on your PC or other external storage devices.

💡Tip: You can restore data on the local disks, external hard drives, and also the cloud storage.

recover memory/SD/CF card files

2. Recover Deleted Photos from Fujifilm Camera with Backups

It is lucky to have backups when you delete photos or videos from Fujifilm cameras, and it is easy to get back the lost files with backups. If you backed up your Fujifilm camera with an external hard drive, you can connect your hard drive to the PC and find the backup folder, then copy and paste the files to your Fujifilm camera.

If you have created Fujifilm camera backups with Windows Backup and Restore, we can teach you how to restore files from backup on Windows 11 and Windows 10:

Step 1. Type in Control Panel in the Windows 11 searching box.

Open the Control Panel

Step 2. Find "System and Security" and then click "Backup and Restore (Windows 7)".

Find Backup and Restore to recover files

Step 3. Then, you can restore your Fujifilm camera backups by clicking "Restore my files".

Click Restore my files to recover Fijifilm photos

Note: If your Fujifilm photos and videos are damaged or corrupted, you can skip to the first method to repair corrupted files.

3. Recover Deleted Photos from Fujifilm Camera Manually

If the two methods above cannot solve your problems, you should find a more professional way – EaseUS data recovery services. With our professional data recovery team, you can recover deleted photos from a Fujifilm camera anytime. Click the link below to contact our engineer and describe your issues, and they will help you get your precious photos and videos back.

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Consult with EaseUS data recovery experts for one-on-one manual recovery service. We could offer the following services after a FREE diagnosis. Our decades-experienced engineers are knowledgeable and can repair the damaged RAID structure and restore data from all RAID levels.

  • Restore data from all RAID levels, including RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10, etc.
  • Recover data from enterprise RAIDs such as QNAP, Synology, WD, Buffalo, etc.
  • Retrieve lost RAID data caused by any issues
  • Fix disks that become GPT-protected partitions
  • Recover data from RAID remotely. No need to ship


After reading the whole passage, we hope you have already recovered deleted photos and videos from Fujifilm cameras. If you don't have a habit of backing up data, you should know the SD card is not designed for long-term storage, and you should back up Fujifilm camera SD cards to a local drive or cloud platform.

If you don't have backups, try method 1 and method 3, and you will get your data back!

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Recover Deleted Photos from Fujifilm Camera FAQs

This is the extra part for you to learn more about recovering deleted photos from a Fujifilm camera:

1. Is Fujifilm digital camera memory card recovery possible?

Yes, digital camera memory card recovery is possible. The most reliable way to recover deleted photos is with a Fujifilm photo recovery program that supports recovery from a Fujifilm camera. You may have lost images as a result of deletion, media formatting, corruption, file transfer, etc. In every circumstance, good recovery software like EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard can restore photos.

2. How to recover permanently deleted pictures from my Fujifilm camera?

You'd better try EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard to recover permanently deleted pictures from your Fujifilm camera:

  1. 1. Remove the Fujifilm camera's memory card and connect it to the local PC with a card reader.
  2. 2. Scan the Fujifilm camera memory card and choose the files you want to recover.
  3. 3. Restore the chosen files to your memory card or another place.

3. Can I find the Fujifilm camera deleted photos in the Recycle Bin?

No, you cannot find Fujifilm camera deleted photos in the Windows Recycle Bin. The files deleted from an SD card on the PC will not be moved to the Recycle Bin. You can download EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard to recover these files or contact EaseUS professional data recovery engineers for help.

4. How do I delete photos from my Fujifilm camera?

You can connect the SD card of the Fujifilm camera to the PC and delete photos. Or you can delete photos on your Fujifilm camera directly:

  1. 1. In full-frame playback, press the button and choose [FRAME].
  2. 2. Move the selector left or right to navigate between the photographs. To delete, move the selector to [MENU/OK]. Continue to eliminate more images.
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    Daisy is the Senior editor of the writing team for EaseUS. She has been working at EaseUS for over ten years, starting as a technical writer and moving on to being a team leader of the content group. As a professional author for over ten years, she writes a lot to help people overcome their tech troubles.…
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    Dany is an editor of EaseUS who lives and works in Chengdu, China. She focuses on writing articles about data recovery on Mac devices and PCs. She is devoted to improving her writing skills and enriching her professional knowledge. Dany also enjoys reading detective novels in her spare time. …
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