Although Android and iPhone equipped with HD camera lens and almost have become the substitutes of digital camera, people still tend to take photographs with digital camera. No matter you are using Canon, Sony, Nikon or Olympus, all photos and videos may be stored in SanDisk SDHC/SDXC, one of the most popular memory cards. The guide here will show you how to recover deleted photos/videos from SDHC/SDXC card in digital camera on macOS Sierra.
Mac Data Recovery is a professional tool that can not only help you restore photos and video clips from digital camera, but retrieve documents and other data on Mac hard disk and partitions.
Download and install Mac Data Recovery on 10.13 Sierra. When you see the interface as below, tick photo and video option. Then, hit the Next button to move to the next step.
Take out the SDHC/SDXC memory card from digital camera and connect it to iMac/Macbook via card reader or adapter. When it's recognized, you can see it in the external removable device column. Select it and start to scan for lost photos and videos on memory card.
Now the software will perform deep scan on your memory card. When the scanning finished, you can click into the folder shown in the left column to display the photos and videos in detail. You can also double click the thumbnail to preview it. Choose those you want and hit the Recover button to save the media files on Mac Sierra.
Hope that you can succeed to recover photos, videos from digital camera according to the above guide.