Mac Data Recovery Software for Digital Camera 6.1

Recovers video and raw image from camera storage.
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Apple OS X application is used to recover corrupted and accidently deleted images from camera. Software supports all kinds of manufacturers of digital cameras like Sony, Samsung, Canon, Nikon, Kodak etc. User can save data at a specific location as per need for future reference. User can also set the range inside the disk in which either selects the entire disk or the set range option for searching in particular range user want to restore the data.
• Mac OS digital image recovery software
Mac OS digital recovery software is simple and has user friendly interface so anyone can retrieve data with ease. This software supports various type of RAW image file formats such as NEF, CRW, MRW, 3fR etc, supported by the various digital camera brands. Raw picture recovery option works on principle signature search to recover deleted pictures. It can recognize huge range of file signatures to give best photo recovery experience. User can save the result of complete procedure in Mac or can stop the scan at any time and save the information up to that point. Data recovery software for Mac OS X provides the thumbnail preview of the recovered files before actual recovery.
• Compatible with storage devices of all file formats
Mac OS software is designed to work on all types of brand digital camera devices such as Kodak, Canon, and Sony etc; it is compatible with all file system. It means user will never face a problem of compatibility in his Apple OS device.
• Mac OS software recover photos from any data scenario
With the help of Macintosh data recovery software user can not only recover the deleted photos from your digital camera SD card user can also recover the formatted, lost photos. Software is also effective enough to access recovered raw images. It also recovers data even when common errors like “Driver Not Formatted” or “Drive Not Detected” shown on your apple Mac screen while accessing the digital camera.

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