DJI Drone is an amazing invention, it can take people’s sight to anywhere in the sky. The most popular DJI Drones are DJI Phantom 4 Pro, DJI Phantom 4, DJI Phantom 3, DJI Inspire 2, DJI Inspire 1, DJI Mavic pro, DJI Matrice 600 (M600), etc. These DJI Drones keep amazing pictures, images, video and audio files in MicroSD card in the camera, any improper handle with the storage card will cause data loss. For example, formatting sd card, sd card becomes inaccessible, sd card corrupted, sd card is infected by virus, etc. Also, with frequent access to the DJI Phantom or DJI Inspire drones, you may delete files by mistake. So you may ask how to recover lost or formatted videos recording by DJI Phantom, or is there any good solution to recover corrupted video files from an DJI Inspire?
Here i recommended a great drone file recovery software – UFUSoft Photo Recovery for Mac or Windows is ready to help. Any loss of DJI Phantom/Inspire drone files, including images and videos can be effectively recovered on a Windows PC or A Mac.
This DJI Data Recovery is tested as the best data recovery software for DJI Phantom/Inspire drone file recovery, drone sd card recovery utility on many types of drones with cameras, such as: DJI, Protocol, YUNEEC, Parrot, HUBSAN, Quadrone and more. Take out the sd card from the DJI Phantom/Inspire drone, then correctly connect it with a computer (A Windows computer, for example), and the recovery process is about three steps.
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Step 1: Connect DJI SD card to Computer
Pull out the SD memory card, then connect it to computer using a card reader.
Step 2: Scan Deleted Files on DJI Phantom/Inspire drone
Launch DJI Phantom/Inspire drone Video Recovery. Here, your sd memory stick will appear as a driver letter. Select it and click “Start Scan” to begin scanning.
Step 3: Recover Videos from DJI Phantom/Inspire drone
When the scanning finishes, all recoverable files will be listed in the scanning result. You can preview and check the videos you want to get back from DJI Phantom/Inspire drones. Then, click “Recover”.
Tip: Don’t save the recovered videos and photos on your Sony Handycam or the source memory stick again.