I have a big problem with a Canon D80, and I’m not sure if it’s the camera or the card. So, about a month ago I took some pictures (about 270, long trip…) on a 256GB card. Everything went fine till I noticed that the camera began to behave wierd. So first 120 pictures are fine, nothing wrong, but then when I wanted to take a picture, it went fine in camera gallery, turned off my camera then on and it simply could not preview them. When I went home to open them on my laptop even Photoshop could not see them (even though they are big, details like time are still intact). Well, my bad was that I should backup what I had left, format my card and continue my life taking pictures, but there were just 5 bad pictures corrupted, so I said that it’s something wierd and it might come back to normal (cause why not… i need a prize for this, ik).
Photoshop says “Could not complete your request because a JPEG marker segment length is too short (the file may be truncated or incomplete).”
Is there a way to recover the pictures? I tried some programs for recovery. Just to be safe since then I left that card how it was, no file moves or anything. Some say that they are gone forever and some that there is still one chance to recover them…