From Breeze Systems:
With Downloader Pro, transfer images from your card reader or camera to your PC at the touch of a button, renaming and storing them with file and directory names you choose. Downloader Pro is a compact downloadable software program that enables a photographer to automatically download, organize, and rename images and image data. Downloader Pro accepts JPEG and TIFF images from any DCF compliant camera, major raw formats, and shooting data from all major formats.
What's new in this version: Version 22.214.171.124 has added support for Phase One IIQ raw files.
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