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Ive been using this for a while now to backup my data and ive had no problems so far. the interface is an explorer type so nothing too flashy but it just gets on with the job. most files can be previewed in the window too .. so there1s no excuse to burn the wrong files.
give it a try.
i have other viewers .. but this is much better. having said that there`s a lot of info blanked out for my camera. Normal stuff like EXP and F-stop Shutter can be found in lots of programs. this is useful even at a later date for checking your pictures against maybe a new camera .. as the data stores the camera name date etc etc.
About this program though .. a lot of the data is missing. It may be my camera is not registering it .. eg. sharpness and saturation were blank.?
When making tweaks to you pictures .. its nice to be able to investigate them at a later date in a better environment. A viewer on the camera is not the best way to check your pictures.
The program is portable which i like.
The interface is no problem either .. as a thumbnail is adequate .. maybe it could be a little larger .. and you can scroll thru the pictures using the arrow keys at the top. Some viewers you have to go thru menus to view the EXIF .. so that makes this program faster than most
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