Fujifilm Raw RAF image recovery
What is raf file
A RAF is an uncompressed, raw photo image file created by certain Fuji digital cameras, such as the FinePix model. Because they are uncompressed and raw, RAF files tend to be relatively large. RAF files are supported by Fuji’s own image-processing software and other popular image processing programs, such as Photoshop and Lightroom. RAF files can also be converted to smaller and more commonly-supported file types such as JPEG and TIFF by using the aforementioned image editing programs.
For professional photographers, those who are very serious about their photography, and anyone who is extremely interested in high image fidelity, they will definitely choose a Fuji camera that use raw RAF image files. The reason is that RAF files tend to provide the photographer with a much higher picture quality, in addition, it is much easier to make a good representation of a digital image using a raw image file instead of a JPEG.
However, you may inevitably often encounter raw photo lost problems with your Fujifilm camera owing to the following reasons: accidental deletion, memory card formatting, corruption due to card being pulled out while the camera is on or turning the camera off during a write process. The raw raf files are really important for you and you can’t get them lost.
Fortunately, you can get back your lost raw images files with Digital Camera Recovery. First do not take any photos with your camera anymore, or the lost raw files will be overwritten by the new create data. Then restore/restrieve deleted, formatted or corrupted Fujiflim FinePix Raw RAF Photos files with the software recovery wizard in three steps: Select Fujifilm camera as the storage device to scan; Specify “Fujifilm Raw(.raf)” as the file types to recover; Recover your desired raw RAF image files after the scanning process.
Both Windows version for Windows 8/7/XP/Vista and Mac Version for Mac OS X Mountain Lion/Lion/Snow Leopard/Leopard are available for you to download: