Image browsers are an important and integral part of the digital software workflow. They allow you to organize images into folders, give the files meaningful names, and view them.
Browser software is normally supplied free by the camera manufacturer, but may not be as useful and well-designed as standalone software designed to work with all standard cameras and formats. With the increasing use of Raw shooting, it is important that the browser you use is capable of reading this manufacturer-specific file format, and that the software designers are committed to keeping pace with updates and new camera models.
In normal shooting the images are downloaded from the memory card to the computer through an interface cable that is normally ...