[Digikam-users] Can't import from Canon EOS 7D
anders at alweb.dk
Mon Nov 24 20:42:23 GMT 2014
Mandag den 24. november 2014 21:29:36 skrev Anders Lund:
> I am hit by this too. gphoto2 has no problem downloading images.
... I downloaded using gphoto2 to ~/tmp, then imported to digikam and
processed a few images.
Deleting ~/tmp/* all the raw files were lost - digikam did not import them for
That is not very good!
> Søndag den 23. november 2014 22:50:22 skrev Victor Engmark:
> > How to reproduce:
> > 1. Start Digikam 4.5.0.
> > 2. Plug in and turn on camera
> > 3. Click Import -> Canon Inc. Canon Digital Camera (auto-detected)
> > After point 2, I get the following message twice from Digikam core:
> > Digikam::DigikamApp::checkSolidCamera: Solid returns unsupported
> > driver handle for gphoto2
> > After point 3, I get the following message and no import window appears:
> > Failed to detect camera with GPhoto2 from Solid information
> > Mounting the camera and copying the images manually works fine, but
> > I'd very much like to continue using the excellent automatic creation
> > of directories on import. As a corollary, would it be possible to
> > create another Import menu entry to import files from an arbitrary
> > directory as if it was from a camera? That would also be extremely
> > helpful for example to change the directory structure of an already
> > existing photo collection.
> > Running Arch Linux.
> > Cheers
> > Victor
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