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7-Data Photo Recovery (now Disk Drill) is a professional and guaranteed multimedia data recoverer with compact UI and simple operation. It can quickly and effectively recover lost, deleted, damaged or formatted photo, image, video and audio files on all kinds of storage devices (like: local drive, SD Card, smartphone memory card, camera memory stick, USB pendrive, etc.).
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Zero Assumption Recovery (X) (ZAR or ZAR X for short) is currently the only best data recovery solution (with the most accurate data scan and recovery capabilities) for FAT, NTFS, EXT, and XFS filesystems. It was developed by Alexey V. Gubin from Russia, and enjoys a pretty good reputation and popularity around the world on data recovery field. It seems to have been specifically designed for recovering digital photos from digital devices at first, which has exposed as a free feature now (camera compatibility list for photo recovery).
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DeleteFIX Photo is a small and handy program dedicated to recover deleted photos from various brands of digital cameras. Unlike ordinary data recovery software, it is the only one that can recover any formats of photos (including the proprietary formats of all popular digital cameras), and supports recovering deleted photos, even damaged photos from hard disk, mobile HDD, memory stick, micro SD card, CF card, T-Flash card, USB Flash drive, and any other storage media.
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