PANTERASoft Announces Flash File Recovery 2.1

Flash File Recovery is an application that capable of salvaging pictures from damaged or corrupted flash drives (including camera’s built-in memory) and memory sticks.



PANTERASoft is proud to announce today the release of version 2.1 of Flash File Recovery, a digital image recovery software tool for flash cards. Flash File Recovery 2.1 efficiently recovers corrupted or lost data from formatted, damaged, unreadable or defective storage media devices and is an essential tool for both amateurs and professional photographers.

As modern digital cameras and flash cards allow rewriting files many times, the problem of accidentally or intentionally deleted pictures or video is familiar to any photographer. Now you don’t have to be afraid of losing your photos: Flash File Recovery 2.1 can tackle this problem easily and restore any deleted or lost file. This extremely helpful software recovers image and video files of different types, like JPEG, TIFF and others; RAW Image files, like Canon CRW, Nikon NEF, Kodak DCR and others and various video files – AVI, MOV, MPG/MPEG and many more. Flash File Recovery 2.1 can restore files from formatted, damaged, corrupted or defective media storage devices of various types. It is also capable of recovering pictures from damaged or corrupted flash drives (including camera’s built-in memory) and memory sticks. Flash File Recovery 2.1 supports a wide range of flash cards: SmartMedia, Compact Flash, Memory Stick, MicroDrive, xD Picture Card, Flash Card, PC Card, Multimedia Card, Secure Digital Card, and many others. Flash File Recovery 2.1 is so simple and straightforward, that even inexperienced newbies can easily recover files using it. This software applies just press one button approach and has a wizard, guiding a user with clear and thorough instructions. Only a few clicks are needed to restore corrupted files.

The program has already proved its effectiveness. Many testimonials from the photographers prove Flash File Recovery 2.1 to be a necessary tool for any digital camera user: “A few days ago, working under Windows XP, I lost my profile and at the same time one year’s worth of photos. Not all were backed-up on CD. I’m sure you can understand my frustration then,” says Robb Overdorf, Illinois. “After having downloaded several file recovery utilities, Flash File Recovery was the only one to do a good job on the hard drive. I even scanned the camera’s SD card to recover photos that were taken months ago. Thanks to PanteraSoft, I’ve recovered over 1500 photos.” Andy Carey, Australia writes, “My little daughter killed some of our pictures on our camera. My cousin advised me to try Flash File Recovery and restore the photos. I restored them all, and found some other very old pictures on my camera. I was really surprised because I had lost these pictures on my PC before. Thank you!”

Pricing and Availability
Flash File Recovery 2.1 requires Microsoft Windows 9x/NT/2000/2003/XP/Vista and costs $49.50. Additional information on Flash File Recovery 2.1, as well as its fully functional version for evaluation is available for download.

Special offer!
For your convenience, you can try Flash File Recovery 2.1 at work before purchase. Its fully functional version, available for downloading from PANTERASoft’s web site, allows you to preview the content of the files that it has recovered from your storage media. But to save restored files you must purchase a registration key.

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