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Slow transfer of images / control import sequence


Drizzly

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Hello everyone,

 

I've been experiencing very slow transfer of images from my XT-3 to my MacBook Pro using Lightroom (ever since I bought my camera in 2019).

Never really bothered figuring it out, but now I have more professional work it's quite frustrating.

 

I was using my USB-C charging cable of my Mac for a long time to transfer images (obviously not a good idea).

Now I bought a Mac Thunderbolt cable with high data transfer. Still nothing has changed.

 

Besides the slow transfer, it also always starts uploading from the oldest image on my camera. Would be nice if I could change that to the most recent images first....

I often leave images of previous project on my sd for a while, so it takes about 1 hour or more before I can start importing my last project... 

 

Any Apple/Fujifilm wizards on here? 

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