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PRESS RELEASE: FlashFixers Announces ImageRecall 3 Now Recovers More Image Formats Than Any Other Digital Photo Recovery Software Including RAW Formats

ImageRecall 3 also adds new speed enhancements and an upgraded user interface, making it the fastest, easiest and most complete solution available for digital image recovery.

PhotoPlus - New York, NY - October 21, 2004 - Keeping pace with advances in digital photography, FlashFixers announces ImageRecall 3 now offers expanded recovery support for all known camera RAW and standard image formats, as well as sound, video, Microsoft Office and Adobe pdf files. Additional improvements in usability, performance and speed, result in recoveries that are more than 60 percent faster than previous versions and a more satisfying user experience.

"Most photographers at some point will experience the frustration of lost images," notes Kevin Bordley, ImageRecall's product marketing manager. "ImageRecall 3 acts like an insurance policy and brings easy and affordable file recovery within reach of anyone owning a digital camera."

ImageRecall 3 works with all manufacturers' memory cards for all digital cameras and camera phones, as well as CD-Rs, floppies, Zip disks, USB memory drives, digital audio players and other digital storage. During the recovery process, ImageRecall 3's built- in features allowing users to immediately view recovered photos, backup files from corrupted cards, select recovery of specific file types, pause in-process recoveries, set output directories and securely erase data. The user can also burn recovered files directly to a CD or write them to their hard drive.

ImageRecall is distributed by FlashFixers, a professional recovery service specializing in the retrieval of images and data from flash memory cards, hard drives, and other removable media.

FlashFixers' years of experience in handling different recovery scenarios and its toll free technical support provides its customers with the best option for troubleshooting and recovering lost digital images.

FlashFixers is demonstrating ImageRecall 3 at PhotoPlus in New York, Booth #474. They are also handing out free prevention tips on how to avoid losing digital photos.

System Requirements
ImageRecall 3 is available as a PC-only version and is compatible with any Windows 9X/ME/NT4/2000/XP operating system. It requires a minimum of 32MB (128MB for Windows XP), 8MB hard disk space, plus addition storage for recovered images. A card reader or adapter is recommended when recovering from digital media cards.

Availability and Pricing
ImageRecall 3 is available now as a free trial from the FlashFixers Web site (www.flashfixers.com). It can be upgraded to a full version for $39.95. A backup CD with full color user manual may also be ordered at additional cost. Users who purchased earlier versions of ImageRecall can upgrade at a discounted price.

About FlashFixers
FlashFixers sells and supports ImageRecall in the North American market through an exclusive arrangement with ImageRecall and Media Innovations Group. FlashFixers also provide image and data recovery services to customers who prefer to outsource their recovery to a full service recovery lab.

About ImageRecall
ImageRecall is a subsidiary of Media Innovations Group (MiG) based in the UK, specializing in digital image and data recovery.
The company has focused on digital camera and media support for the last 10 years and has a wealth of knowledge and experience in this market.


(First posted on Friday, October 22, 2004 at 13:03 EDT)

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