|Raw Format Photo Recovery
Recover all common digital photo formats (e.g. JPG, TIF) as
well as common raw formats
|Different Scan Modes: Quick Scan
and Complete Scan
Quick Scan provides faster and more accurate recovery
if you just need to recover deleted photos.
| Auto Verification of Memory Card
Validity in Quick Scan
Before quick scan is conducted, the system will automatically
validate the card contents and determine the card integrity.
|Easy to Use
Simple enough for any person to use. All hard-to-understand
parameters and internal settings are auto-determined by the
|Preview of video file in Trial
The trial version allows preview of the beginning of the video.
Supported video formats are AVI, MOV, MP4, 3GP and QT.
|Preview of Images in Trial Version
The thumbnails of the recoverable images are displayed in
trial version. Trial version also allows you to save most
of the images (non raw format) in a reduced resolution.
Restore Images using Original
Easy Photo Recovery will try to restore the images using
the original, and correct, filename in the memory card.
This facilitates you to recover your images using consistent
names. Moreover, the Exif information (e.g. shooting date/time)
of some of your image (e.g. AVI, raw format photo) can be
properly be retrieved by the software bundled with your
digital device if the information is kept in the thumbnail
file (.THM) instead of the image file.
In general, the original filename can also be restored
in 'Complete Scan' (sector scanning) mode, which can hardly
be found in other similar products in the market.
Most camera stores thumbnail in the digital photo for rapid
display if a lower version of image is required. In some brands
and models, sometimes more than 1 thumbnail is stored in the
picture, and the resolution of the thumbnail may be sufficient
to print a 4R photo or above. Some raw format files may even
contain thumbnail of mega pixels.
Although sometimes the original image cannot be recovered
properly (e.g. part of the picture was overwritten), the
thumbnails may be in good shape. Easy Photo Recovery provides
an option to extract valid JPEG thumbnails and store them
in separated files.
Microsoft Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista
Supported Media Format
If your camera appears as a drive letter in Windows, then
our software should work fine.
Alternatively, if you insert the memory card into a memory
card reader and it appears as a drive letter, then our software
should also work fine.
Normally, an USB2.0 card reader which capable of reading
multiple types of memory cards (e.g. Compact flash "CF",
Secure Digital "SD", MultiMedia Card "MMC", etc) can be
purchased at around USD10.
At present, we do not recover lost photos from non-removable
media (e.g. hard disk, floppy disk, CD-ROM).
Supported File Format
Our software is capable to recover the below file formats:
- JPEG (JPG, JPE), TIFF, AVI, BMP, PNG, GIF
Supported camera raw format includes:
- Canon (CRW, CR2), Nikon (NEF), Pentax (PEF), Fujifilm
(RAF), Sigma (X3F), Olympus (ORF), Sony (SRF), Minolta
(MRW), Kodak (DCR, K25), digital negative (DNG)
Supported video format are:
- AVI (Audio Video Interleave File), MOV (QuickTime movie),
MP4 (MPEG4 movie), QT (QuickTime movie), 3GP (3GPP multimedia
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