No matter you have deleted them accidentally or intentionally, Magic Photo Recovery can restore all your lost images. It allows recovery of image and RAW files from multiple sources, including local drives, USB sticks, memory cards and cameras. Moreover, it supports FAT and NTFS file systems.
The tool has a nice wizard-like interface, which makes it quite easy to use, even for inexperienced users. It is good to know that, if you think a full analysis would take too long, you can always choose a fast scan, which will provide you with quicker, though less accurate, results. The application allows you to configure your search in advance. For instance, you can select specific file extensions, 60 of which are conveniently supported. Besides, once the search has ended, you can use additional filters. Unfortunately, I would have liked to see more filters there.
It was nice knowing that the tool supports various methods to save the recovered data. Thus, besides the most commonly used way of saving the files to the hard disk, you can also decide to burn a disc, create an ISO image or even upload the results to an FTP site.
In general, Magic Photo Recovery does not have many inconveniences to me except those derived from its being specifically designed to recover images; so, in many respects, getting a less specific tool would be more advisable.