Kodak image file format
Kodak K25 was created by Kodak in 1996. This is a RAW file format and files saved in this format contain binary data that can only be read by specific programs. Now, this format is outdated.
Digital photo captured by a Kodak DC25 digital camera, an older model from Kodak; can be converted to . JPG or other common formats using a converter such as DC25Convert or ReaConverter.
Yes, it is possible to recover Kodak K25 RAW image files stored in external storage space i.e from memory card. But our software does not support recovery of Kodak K25 RAW image files saved in Kodak camera's internal memory space.
K25 file extension is created by Kodak, also known as Kodak K25 Image. K25 has been classified as Camera Raw Files. This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents. You can open K25 files in Microsoft Windows Photos program.
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