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Digital ObjectRescue Professional Download - Recover lost files from any media. Supports images, video, documents, mail, etc



PhotoRescue is the best and fairest picture and data recovery solution for digital film - sd cards, compact flash, memory sticks, microdrive, etc... Featuring innovative recovery algorithms, PhotoRescue displays reliable previews of the recoverable pictures. What you see is what you recover, both on the Windows and on Mac OS X. PhotoRescue has been awarded 4.5 stars by PCMagazine. PhotoRescue is available in three different versions.




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PhotoRec is file data recovery software designed to recover lost files including video, documents and archives from hard disks, CD-ROMs, and lost pictures (thus the Photo Recovery name) from digital camera memory. PhotoRec ignores the file system and goes after the underlying data, so it will still work even if your media's file system has been severely damaged or reformatted.


Lost Images? - Download this image-recovery program so you'll have it whenyou need it...Since we're talking about memory and image storage, this would be a good timeto mention the following: I get a ton of email from readers who've lost photosdue to a corrupted memory card. It's tragic when it happens, there are few thingsmore precious than photo memories. Corrupted memory cards can happen with anycard type and any camera manufacturer, nobody's immune. "Stuff happens,"as they say. A surprising number of "lost" images can be recoveredwith an inexpensive, easy to use piece of software though. Given the amountof email I've gotten on the topic, I now include this paragraph in all my digicamreviews. The program you need is called PhotoRescue, by DataRescue SA. Readour review of it if you'd like, but download the program now,so you'll have it. It doesn't cost a penny until you need it, and even thenit's only $29, with a money back guarantee. So download PhotoRescue forWindows or PhotoRescue forMac while you're thinking of it. (While you're at it, download the PDFmanual and quickstartguide as well.) Stash the file in a safe place and it'll be there when you needit. Trust me, needing this is not a matter of if, but when... PhotoRescueis about the best and easiest tool for recovering digital photos I've seen.(Disclosure: IR gets a small commission from sales of the product, but I'd highlyrecommend the program even if we didn't.) OK, now back to our regularlyscheduled review...


In many respects the 10D feels and operates like a film SLR. It hasan optical viewfinder, a shutter, and a mirror. Its operating modes, autofocus,autoexposure, and main and quick control dials are derived from EOS filmcameras. It feels very sturdy, thanks to the magnesium body. The viewfinderis small but adequate for manual focus when autofocus doesn't do what youexpect. (Mind-reading autofocus hasn't arrived, but manual focus comesclose.) The 10D is very different from compact digital cameras that superficiallyresemble SLRs (the Nikon 5700, Minolta DiMAGE 7Hi, and Sony DSC-F717).These cameras have no mirrors; instead they have LCD viewfinders that allowyou to see the digital image before you make the exposure (an advantage,though it drains batteries), but the viewfinder image is lacking in detail.These cameras tend to have significant shutter lag. I prefer an SLR opticalviewfinder.


On the whole I'm delighted with the 10D. Sharpness, absence of grain,colors, and tones are everything I expected. My only reservation-- whichit shares with other digital SLRs-- is that there is a tendency to burnout highlights in contrasty light. Sunsets can be particularly troublesome.It is comparable to slide film in this regard. Most of my work was withnegative film, which has a huge latitude-- little problem with burnt outhighlights except under exceptional conditions. Fortunately, there areseveral things you can do about it. See Tonalquality and dynamic range in digital cameras for one of the best.


Nikon announced the 6 megapixel D70digital SLR to sell for $1,000 USD. (Nikon'ssite has a really annoying,slow Flash presentation. You might like it if you're the kind of personwho watches the Superbowl for the commercials and hits the mute buttonwhen the game comes on.) According to ThomHogan, it's more a replacement for the D100 than an entry-level modellike the 300D. It will put price pressure on the 10D-- a goodthing, as the Martha would say. Dpreview.com has apreview.Nikon also announced an 18-70 mm f/3.5-4.5 DX lens to go along with it--a higher-end lens than the worthy 18-55 sold with the 300D.


September2003. Canon introduced theEOSDigital Rebel 300D, an entry-level digital SLR with mostof the features of the 10D for less than 2/3 the price-- about $900 USD,body only. It's also lighter (560 g vs. 790 g) and (no surprise) not aswell constructed-- it has a "plasticy" feel. But it's a great value, especiallywhen compared against several of the "prosumer" compact digitals. For $100more you can get it with a decent 18-55 mm f/3.5-f/5.6 lens designed tocover the 300D's sensor's 27.1 mm diagonal. It's an excellent value. Althoughyou wouldn't expect it to equal a premium "L" lens, Peteris Treijs testedit using my chart and found that it wasconsistently sharper than Canon's consumer-grade 24-85 mm. I won't havemuch to say about choosing between the 300D and 10D: it depends on yourphotographic ambitions and your budget. If you're struggling with a decision,I recommend the writeup by MichaelReichmann and the comprehensive review in Dpreview.com.


The evolution of digital sensors has slowed down recently. Compact digitalcameras (with 11 mm diagonal or smaller sensors) are topping out around5 megapixels-- there would be little improvement in increasing the numberof already tiny pixels. The 10D's sensor has the same number of pixelsas the D60, introduced a year earlier, but has lower noise due to improvedprocessing. Used D60s and D30s still bring pretty good prices. No doubtbetter cameras will appear and prices will drop, but the digital camerayou buy today won't be obsolete in six months. Theera of overnight obsolescence is over.Until I got the 10D I was happily using pre-1986 Canon FD manual focuscameras with no worry about obsolescence. They made pictures as wonderfulas ever. But the many advantages of digital SLRs, particularly the 10D,finally won me over.


I was impressed by MichaelReichmann's review of the400 mm f/5.6 L: it's as sharp as any Canon telephoto, compact, andlightweight. (Michael wasn't happy with the 100-400 mm L-- a rare negativecomment about an L lens.) At about $1,100, it's not cheap, but Canon'sother 400+ mm lenses (most with image stabilization) start around $5,000.I'd love a lens like the Nikon 12-24 mm DX, designed for digital SLRs--it doesn't cover full frame 35mm. Sigma has filled that niche with the12-24mm F4.5-F5.6 EX DG Aspherical HSM. (Don't those initials make it better?)I'm waiting for reviews-- I don't have the same faith in Sigma lenses thatI have in Canon L lenses. Sigma has also introduced compact lightweight18-50 and 55-200 mm lenses with image circles that cover the less thanfull frame DSLRs (the EOS 10D, D100, Sigma SD9/10, etc.). Youcan help support this site by linking directly to Adoramafor your purchases.


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See PHOTORECOVERY 2010 below for more options in photo recovery software. PhotoRescue Updated - PhotoRescue 3.2 Photo Recovery Software - Free Download For Mac And PC PhotoRescue has been updated to version 3.2 and is available as a free download. There have been a lot of changes in this version, with a workflow that is more suitable for the understanding of the average customer. There is also additional RAW file support. Improved movie recovery (incremental, it is hard to get a full range of movies samples from different cameras given their size). Also the ability to extract large usable jpeg thumbnails from RAW files that are damaged beyond recovery. You can download a free demo of the latest version and discover what PhotoRescue can recover for you. If you are happy with the result previews, purchase PhotoRescue from within the demo and the full version will start to work on your lost photos and media cards. Download Free PhotoRescue 3.2 Demo for MAC OSX Download Free PhotoRescue 3.2 Demo for PC PhotoRescue 3.0 is an advanced data-recovery program for digital photography media. Whether you've erased your pictures, formatted your card by mistake, or you've experienced a serious crash, PhotoRescue can help. Here's what's new in version 3.0:


This is where PhotoRescue is truly in a class of its own. Rather than attempting to capitalize off your panic, the people behind PhotoRescue focus on making sure that you know precisely what recovery assistance you will receive before you commit yourself to purchasing their software.Try Before You BuyPhotoRescue offers a download of a free demo that allows you to determine whether or not their program will be able to recover what you have lost, before you go ahead and purchase the software. This evaluation version provides an astoundingly accurate preview of the images and photographs that will be recoverable using PhotoRescue.If you are pleased with the results from the demo, you can purchase the full version and proceed with your recovery operation. PhotoRescue offers a full guarantee of its data recovery capabilities. Once the demo provides you with a preview of your image, that file will be recovered or you will get your money back. This risk-free mentality is refreshingly consumer-friendly, making PhotoRescue stand out from its more shark-like competitors.Reasonable Price For Photo RecoveryWith a purchase you also receive a full year of free downloadable updates and free technical assistance, yet another indication that PhotoRescue seeks to provide you with more than just a one-time charge on your credit card, which in this case is $30 – more than reasonable for what you get in terms of reassurance and reliability.PhotoRescue will undelete, unerase and recover pictures, images and files lost on corrupted, erased or damaged Compact Flash, SmartMedia, memory sticks, MMD, XD, multimedia or secure digital memory cards when other solutions fail. PhotoRescue runs on both Windows and Mac OS X and comes in a fully controllable Expert version.Supports All Major File Types & Recovers Invisible MediaPhotoRescue supports the recovery of all file types, but its algorithms are particularly optimized for JPG or JPEG files, TIFF files, GIFs and BMPs. It also offers a constantly updated support for CRW, NEF, ORW, MRW and many types of movie files. In some cases, the software can even rebuild pictures that have suffered minor corruptions. PhotoRescue even deals with cases where the media is not visible as a drive letter any longer, meaning that it can recover the pictures that other recovery software isn't even capable of seeing.If your card is damaged, corrupted, or has been formatted, PhotoRescue is the best data-recovery solution you can get, and it consistently beats other solutions in independent tests. The praise from industry leaders and users alike is widespread. In recovery tests performed by Computer Bild and Chip Magazine, PhotoRescue outperformed all other programs in its class. It has also received glowing accolades from American Photo and PC Magazine, among others.PhotoRescue Expert VersionThe Expert version is available as a pre-registered download, which arrives via e-mail with a download link to a fully registered copy of PhotoRescue.PhotoRescue orders are automatically processed as soon as they are received. This means that most orders will be processed and delivered within ten minutes – an excellent turnaround time that will be certain to calm even the most panicked victim of data loss or corruption.Do Not Panic, Remember To Breathe, & Download The DemoYou can download the following demos and discover what PhotoRescue can recover for you. If you are happy with the result previews, purchase from within the demo and the full version will start to work on your lost photos and media cards. Download Free PhotoRescue 3.2 Demo for MAC OSXDownload Free PhotoRescue 3.2 Demo for PCNOTE: What you see is what you get. If the demo version shows your pictures' thumbnails, the full version will recover them. If it does not show the thumbnail, the full version will not be able to recover them.Purchase PhotoRescue Directly NowUse the following links to purchase the full version of PhotoRescue recovery software.PhotoRescue - PC Version PhotoRescue - MAC VersionPhotoRescue User GuideDownload the user guide to see how this amazing recovery software works. The User Guide is in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) file format. It covers both the Wizard and the Expert versions of PhotoRescue, and was last updated in October, 2005.PhotoRescue - User Guide


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