FastPictureViewer 1.2 Build 165 (32-bit)

FastPictureViewer, an image viewer designed for photographers. Now with powerful workflow tools helping to automate file management duties like copy, move, delete, save-for-web and more.

  • Fastest RAW viewer ever. Period.
  • Instant zooming to 100% view, for quick sharpness checks. Best in industry!
  • RGB histogram, EXIF shooting data and Adobe XMP Rating/Label/Urgency instant display.
  • Instantaneous display of the next image in line (when computer resources allows).
  • Instant industry-standard Adobe XMP compatible rating and tagging.
  • Fast tethered shooting through MTP/PTP. Tether a Nikon D3S or D3X in 64 bit, today!
  • Supports most common image formats, including Adobe DNG, plus specialists formats such as OpenEXR, DDS, PNM and more, through separately installable image codecs.

This is the 32-bit version.

Download: FastPictureViewer 1.2 Build 165 (32-bit) | 14 MB (Freeware)
View: FastPictureViewer Website

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9 Comments

Looks nice. Only... the link doesn't point to a download, and on the website there is no free version mentioned (as far I can see).

lukvdh said,
Looks nice. Only... the link doesn't point to a download, and on the website there is no free version mentioned (as far I can see).

The download doesn't say free you just download and intstall (more after I finish downloading it).

ValeS said,
This is not freeware, please correct the article.

When the 30-day trial of "Pro" version runs out, you get to use it in the "Home Basic Edition" freely as long as you like. But it is much more limited of course.

FastPictureViewer Home Basic Edition (which supports XMP and Windows rating, JPEG and Microsoft HD Photo) is available free of charge for personal, non-profit or educational uses (freeware license).

Why not offer the basic version for a download then. Plus I can't even find a comparison chart for the free vs paid versions. Stupid web design!!!

I agree on it not being freeware. When loaded up it states this is a thirty day trail period. Didn't really like the GUI for this program; it is a little hard to fully comprehend. Looked at Irfanview, albeit will stay with Faststone, and Photoshop.

Way too expensive for the features it gives you. It may be the fastest image viewer, but it's stripped down to the bare bones when it comes to any measurable features.

Nice, fast indeed, but not freeware. They must be nuts for such a registration fee! They would have made more if they had it as donation-ware.

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