My wife and I will be heading to her home of Puerto Rico at the end of June for 7 days. I'm traveling light but began thinking about my offloading setup. I usually wait until I return home to off load my cards, process a few, and post to a social network, but much has change since 2010 when I was last able to go on vacation out of the country. With today's tech, I can take a photo with my "serious" camera, send the file over to my iPhone, process it, and post it on the spot. It's bit clumsy to do when on the go and not as easy as just using the iPhone, but I like the quality I get from a big sensor, so this will be an end of the day thing (besides, my wife would kill me if I'm fumbling with my camera and phone constantly ). I'm taking just my Fujifilm X-E2 and 18-55 f/2.8-4 and 4 batteries. Here's my plan: 1) Connect the Camera Connection Kit to my iPhone (I need to purchase). 2) Have Google Drive upload all my photos for the day. 3) Let Google do its photo magic (Auto Awesome features) and select 3-5 photos to post the next day. My question. Does the Camera Connection kit support RAW? If not, I'll have to use RAW+JPEG. JPEG is fine for shots of the wife and I, but I'll be using RAW for my more serious photography (street, urban landscapes, landscapes, etc.) If I shoot RAW+JPEG, can I just select JPEG only on the Camera Connection Kit as not to upload RAW files? I'd like to upload both, but trying to upload 8-16 gigs a day may prove futile. I DO NOT plan on erasing any cards as I fill them up. I'll be taking 2 8GB and 2 16GB which should give me 600 RAW+JPEG images but I might get a 32GB just to be sure. It's Puerto Rico so I can just buy an extra card at Wal-Mart if I need to.