Currently Being ModeratedJan 31, 2012 5:30 PM (in response to sc333)
Thoughts - no idea what you are asking
General comments - iPhoto does not identify cameras - it identifies storage devices - your memory card probalby is unnamed - most are
your comment on event order is probably operator error - set the event sort desired under the iPhoto view menu ==> sort events
I downloaded some raw images - seemed to take them - but not certain.
That is a binary situation - iPhoto either did or did not import the photos - only you know the answer to that - are the photos in your iPhoto library?
What exactly is your question?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 2, 2012 4:24 PM (in response to sc333)
Thanks for responding and sorry for any the confusion in my question.
With my previous Nikon when I downloaded pictures in I-Photo it (something) identified the camera in I-Photo because Nikon D60 popped up in the left hand corner as the download began - that is not happening with the new Olympus - instead I'm getting "unknown camera" or something like that. I realize thats not neccessarily a problem but after being used to the Nikon it was unusual.
As to my second issue - when downloading from the Nikon the images all went to the bottom of the Events, where I could easily name etc. Now the images are going to the top of Events so then i have to drag them down to the bottom - again this is something new with the Olympus. I checked out the view menu on I-Photo - but that doesn't seem to help. I don't want the existing events re-sorted - what I want is for new downloads to go to the bottom of the Events.
Finally yes I checked and RAW photos from the Olympus are being downloaded as RAW.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 2, 2012 4:26 PM (in response to Keith Barkley)
thanks for responding.
I have installed the 3.9 update.
Photos are being downloaded o.k.
But as you can see from the above they are going to the top of Events (and I have 468 events!) rather than the bottom of the Events.