Standard P3 FC40 video disappeared

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Hello, Yesterday I flew my drone Phantom 3 FC-40 while the camera was recording after that I went a little bit too far and I lost contact with the camera eventually I managed to safely land it but when I tried to see the video it didn't exist,
there was enough space on the SD card but what I think that happened is that the video I recorded merged with the previous video that was saved on the SD card.
When I looked at the previous video it was indeed longer but when I tried to see the additional part I couldn't, it was defective.
Does anybody know how can I repair the defective part of the video or how can I get the lost footage?
 
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Hello, Yesterday I flew my drone Phantom 3 FC-40 while the camera was recording after that I went a little bit too far and I lost contact with the camera eventually I managed to safely land it but when I tried to see the video it didn't exist,
there was enough space on the SD card but what I think that happened is that the video I recorded merged with the previous video that was saved on the SD card.
When I looked at the previous video it was indeed longer but when I tried to see the additional part I couldn't, it was defective.
Does anybody know how can I repair the defective part of the video or how can I get the lost footage?
Phantom 3 FC 40 ??
 
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I'm not aware of ANY video camera that will merge one video with a separate, previously recorded one.
 
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Me neither but maybe because it lost contact it did it
Losing contact would not suddenly give your Phantom camera a quality that no other camera has. Phantoms lose contact with the RC all the time and the videos don't merge.
 
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