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4.5 out of 5
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PROS: Recovers practically anything, and does a great job. I tested it, and it recovered more videos than any leading solution tried!
CONS: Like any recovery program, can’t fix everything, but that’s understandable.
VERDICT: A great piece of software for any person owning a camera or camcorder (or anything else with external memory for that matter!) – I would highly recommend it to anyone!
PRICE: £28.63 / $39.95 for the download
DOWNLOAD: CardRecovery (free trial – you won’t be able to recovery anything, only see if it detects it)

CardRecovery Features

Have you ever accidentally hit the delete button, deleting away your precious photos and videos in one click. CardRecovery is designed to rescue anything and everything deleted, and it really does a great job!

It’s a three-step process, and it finds almost everything, and even allows you to preview and photos that can be recovered before you decide to buy it or simply recover it.

When I tested it with a Flip Mino HD Camcorder, no program could recover anything more than 3 of the 11 videos deleted (which were really small – about 10MB each), however CardRecovery recovered 4, the last being the biggest, longest video of 400MB, which was absolutely amazing that it could actually be recovered after so many failures with other utilities.

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