Data Rescue recently updated PhotoRescue, its powerful photo recovery software for Windows and Mac, to v2.1.676.
Most of the changes are to the program's ability to preview files before the actual recovery.
The program will now properly display recoverable RAW files taken with the Nikon D2X or Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT/350D, while a bug affecting the preview of JPEGs of a specific size has been corrected. In the Mac version only, the preview of certain RAW files has been fixed.
The previous version of the program could recover pictures properly in the above instances, says Data Rescue's Pierre Vandevenne, it's only the preview that was impacted.
Also fixed is a problem in which some corrupted 4GB cards would be wrongly identified as having a capacity of 2GB.
The program is available in both Wizard and Expert flavours; licensed users of the Wizard version can simply install the latest demo release of the software, which will automatically convert to a licensed version when run on a machine with a pre-existing licensed copy.
Expert version owners must request an update. Demos of both Wizard and Expert are available from Data Rescue site.