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phr-logo.jpg DataRescue Updates PhotoRescue
By Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Wednesday, June 15, 2005 - 02:58 EDT)

The new version adds support for the Nikon 2DX, Canon 350D and other new digicams. It also fixes a bugs related to large memory cards and previews.

DataRescue has updated PhotoRescue, its image recovery software, to version 2.1 (build 676). Company President Pierre Vandevenne said, "We've added support for the Nikon 2DX and the Canon 350D as well as for a bunch of other cameras. It should be noted that previous versions of PhotoRescue did recover those files but did not preview them."

The new version also fixes three bugs:

Some damaged 4-GB cards were identified as 2-GB ones and wrongly forced into FAT 16.

Some Raw files weren't displayed correctly on Mac OS X but were recovered properly anyway.

JPEG files of specific size sometimes were previewed with a black line, wrongly suggesting they could be corrupted, but were in fact recovered properly.

Read our review and download the new demo versions for the Macintosh or Windows.

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