CamExtractor is a new application that could replace worthily the Image Capture software from Apple, at least as regards the importation of images from digital cameras or memory cards.
The program was written by Ricky D’Amelio (rickyprograms) is simple to use: just connect the device to your Mac and launch CamExtractor, which will initially import the images in the folder Documents / Images CamExtractor, then offer the choice to send them to iPhoto, to the Finder or both, and a window with very friendly (classic flow Automator) offer several options for renaming the files, allowing us to subsequently obtain a photographic archive orderly, less anonymous and quickly accessible.
The program, free and light, is available for download from the appropriate page of the site developer, who has also published a Videocast which explains the simple operation.
Yay for rickyprograms.
IMHO, there should be more Aussie Mac developers out there making great apps like Ricky. On ya, mate! 🙂