(I copied this from the other thread)
Plug in your camera to your Mac, turn it on, open your Applications folder and start the program called Image Capture. Its main window has a left hand menu called DEVICES and another one called SHARED. The Devices menu will have your camera listed and you can bring in images to your drive.
Note: to be complete, you can set default folders and have scripts that do if-then tasks, etc. etc
I can adjust Shutter speed with rear right dial. I have set it in menu settings I want to adjust shutter speed on that "wheel" (to right decrease value, to left increase value). On front wheel on right side on X-T4 I can adjust ISO (also Apperture and value on that wheel, just cklick on the wheel and then rotate to select between them and confirm with click on wheel, select desired value. I mostly use manual settings for SS (Shutter Speed), ISO and Apereture ("F"). I have the right horizintal di
I went to the FujiFilm website and download the PCAutoSave http://app.fujifilm-dsc.com/en/pc_autosave/usage.html
But this application is not useful at all because it is built to wireless transfer images from camera to PC. I shoot raw and fine quality (uncompressed). I tried saving files wirelessly and it just killed the battery of the camera.
How to copy the all files to computer with wire connection?
I have found 2 ways (1) Use Apple photos App and then click import from there. T