Canon CRW CR2 Photo Recovery Software
Canon Photo Recovery For Windows & Mac OS X recovers CRW & CR2 files.
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Canon is one of the most popular digital camera manufacturers around the world that has been made very user friendly comfortable, stylish and high capable digital camera. These products are popular among all those people who don’t want any compromise in the picture quality of the photograph. Professional photographers and camera men are using these Digital cameras for a long time to show their creativity to the world and to getting the fame. Canon Digital cameras are made up of high quality material like high resolution photographic lenses. These superb optical devices are made to take great pictures. Canon got huge customer response after making these products.
Canon Digital cameras have using RAW image format that is known as CRW and CR2 file format. These are RAW file format. RAW image files are files that contain minimally processed data from the image sensor of a digital camera. These RAW files are sometimes also known as digital negatives, as they fulfill the same thing as film negatives that were traditionally used. When the CRW file get processed, and then it is changed into the TIFF or JPEG files. Some Canon digital cameras which uses the CRW file format are Canon EOS D30, Canon EOS D60, Canon EOS 10D, Canon EOS 300D, Canon Powershot Pro1, Canon Powershots G1-G6, Canon Powershots S30-S70, Canon Rebel XT. The software which can read the CRW & CR2 files is provided with the CD which comes with the Canon Digital camera.
Do you know if the CRW or CR2 files get corrupted then what will happen? You will never see the pictures or photos again. People who don’t know how to operate the digital camera usually do these mistakes. It is a very serious problem and it can occur if:
- You have taken out the memory card while any processing was going on or when camera was on
- you deleted or formatted the camera’s memory accidentally or intentionally
- Memory card get corrupted
- File format problems.
To solve it there is software named as the Photo Recovery Software which is made to recover all kinds of files that the Digital cameras supports. It can recover PNG, JPEG, TIFF and other files as well as the RAW files that have the .CRW or .CR2 extensions. Canon Picture Recovery is done easily by this software. It is totally compatible with windows and Mac based machines so don’t worry about the compatibility.
The software implements a strong algorithm that is specially designed to search the different RAW file format as well as normal picture files. It first searches the files which are deleted, lost or corrupted and is in the condition to recoverable. Once it’s searching finishes, you can see the list of CRW and CS2 files. Choose the files to select or check on the “select all” check box to recover all the files. Then click on recover to start the Canon Photo Recovery Process. It takes time according to the number of files and then all the files get stored on the memory of your computer i.e. hard disk. Use it to believe on it.
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|Steps to recover your deleted Photos, Videos & Audio files|
|Step 1: Launch Application|
|Step 2: Now Select media for recovery. In this step you can search for photo, music and video files. Start scan|
|Step 3: After scanning , it show the preview of recovered files.|
|Step 4: This will help you to select the specific region of selected media.|
|Step 5: Select the specific file type|
|Step 6: Through this method you can create image sector by sector of selcted media.|
|Step 7: Select the range|
|Step 8: Resume recovery from the last saved scan|
|Step 9: Saved the recovered file at your specified location.|