Used to Nikon, I`m finding a load of awkward issues working with Fuji. I`ve just bought a X100F which I like, but it is becoming a nightmare to simply download and work with its raw (and jpg) files. Used to Nikon, Nikon Transfer worked to me like a charm, just plug the card reader and the download is done; all the images are automatically located and named and then shown in View NX. Editing was as far as a click with Capture NX 2. Fast and quite comfortable. Now with Fuji, when I plug the card reader, the stupid Photos app (Macintosh) opens, blocking everything. No way I cannot avoid it. Of course, raw (RAF) files are not recognized, so it is unusable. Nikon apps used to work with most of my other`s JPG files, not the case with Fujifilm files. (I`m running OS X 10.11). After asking Fuji`s staff, looks like the only option is to do it manually, create and name a folder, copy and paste. They don`t have a "default" viewing software (Finepix viewer is not provided anymore for this cameras) and the only raw developer they provide is such an ugly, obsolete version of "Silkypix". What a pain. So I understand I have to live out of the Nikon`s "easy way of life", buying updated third party software (long ago I abandoned PS and Aperture in favor of Capture NX), maybe messing (at worst, hope not) with png conversions and so. I still shoot Nikon (and others), so I`d like to unify all my workflow if possible. Somewhat disappointed with it, you know... for sure I got it wrong. Any advice?