Beyond importing them, what else do you do? For example, I import raw images from the sdcard reader into Photos and from there into Lightroom. Once complete, delete the imports from Photos and process the images in Lightroom. It is clunky because we don't really have a professional OS. Apparently there is also a Siri shortcut that automates this for you somewhat.
You can do that with the current iPad and iPhone. Apple SD card reader cord. Open up photos. Plug in cord. Download photos.
Be careful with this approach and a lot has to do with your long term workflow. Keeping them on the iPad/iPhone or or further transferring all when get home, returning only those you want to the iPad/iPhone. Also, is there sufficient memory remaining on the iPad/iPhone vs the SD card.You can do that with the current iPad and iPhone. Apple SD card reader cord. Open up photos. Plug in cord. Download photos.
Pick-up extra SD cards, enjoy all aspects of your travels and time away then deal with your photos when you get home.
Weird. I shoot RAW only on my Lumix and Affinity for iPad has no problems handling the images.1. I have to shoot RAW+JPEG
2. Has to be uncompressed RAW - or Affinity won’t let you edit the image. It doesn’t crash, it just doesn’t show the image.
3. MUST be the card from slot 1 of the camera
It is a specific Fuji RAF file issue.... Works fine with other files. Just the Fuji files are a bit nitpicky.Weird. I shoot RAW only on my Lumix and Affinity for iPad has no problems handling the images.
Its a Fuji raw file only complicationSame for my Olympus E-M! II. No problem with Raw Power, Affinity for iPad or others opening the files from camera roll.