DiskInternals Flash Recovery is a flash memory file recovery tool that every digital camera owner should have handy. Essentially, this program is a "first aid kit" for digital photographers and comes to the rescue at the exact moment when it's needed.
Unfortunately, photos are often accidentally deleted or lost due to hardware (camera or memory) malfunction. Sometimes, flash memory gets re-formatted. The good news is that in all of these cases the images are not lost. DiskInternals Flash Recovery can undelete and restore photographs in a matter of seconds or minutes.
This is how it works. When you connect your camera or flash memory card to your PC it is recognized as an external disk. Then the program starts scanning memory, showing every picture that can be recovered. All of this can be done with the free evaluation version of DiskInternals Flash Recovery. To save these images, you need to register the program. DiskInternals Flash Recovery is not just simple, it's brain-dead simple. There is no need to set any options - the entire process is done automatically with a built-in Photo Recovery wizard.
RAW Photos is the basis of professional digital photography. All professional cameras use the RAW format to get perfect photos. Depending on the camera, files can be of different types: CRW, CR2, RAW, TIFF, TIF, NEF, PEF, X3F. DiskInternals Flash Recovery recovers CRW, CR2, RAW, TIFF, TIF and other RAW photos in the fully automatic mode. It's a professional product for professionals!
The program recovers images and movies from hard-drives, external drives, cd, dvd, cameras and flash memory devices such as SmartMedia , CompactFlash, Memory Stick, MicroDrive, xD Picture Card Flash Card, PC Card, Multimedia Card, Secure Digital Card, and many others.
Avi, wmv, asf, mpeg, mpg, mp1, m1v, mp2, m2v, m2a, vob, dat, mv, mov and other movie files can be recoverd with latest version.
Recovered Images can be burned to CD or DVD!
» version 4.2 - posted on 2011-01-13
EXIF tags are supported. More file types to recovery
» version 3.2 - posted on 2008-03-05
Raid and Dynamic disk support was added.