Kodak bitmap image file format
KDC is a bitmap or RAW image format that was created by Kodak for use in some of their digital cameras. It can be viewed using the Kodak software included with the camera or it can also be converted using third-party programs, such as WebTools.
KDC files are RAW camera files, taken by certain digital cameras manufactured by Kodak. This file, also known as the Kodak Photogen file, contains bitmap image data. Images taken in the KDC are only minimally processed. They can be viewed on the Kodak digital camera itself or using image viewing and editing programs.
You can easily convert KDC image to JPEG format with our site. Just drag and drop your file to uploader zone on this page, then click Upload images button, select JPEG format on next step and click Convert button. After conversion will be finished - you can download converted files as one archive or each file separatelly.
Yes, of course, there are some freemium software available like Recuva and Disk drill using which you can recover Kodak KDC image files for free.
You can easily access the KDC files directly via your Kodak digital camera that you have used to capture KDC photos. Otherwise, you can also use your Kodak camera SD card to access your KDC pictures by using a PC. Here is how you can do so: At first, connect your Kodak camera SD card to the system with the help of a card reader. In the second step, make a tap on a 'My Computer'. Then, select the'Removable Disk'. Here you'll find all your data including KDC images that you have captured using the Kodak digital camera.
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