Description of problem:
When a usb-storage type USB camera is connected and 'Import' is chosen,
gthumb-import is invoked and it decides what to do.
For non-usb-storage type cameras is makes sense to start gthumb, since you
cannot get at the pictures graphically any other way. But if they are already
mounted in the file system, it makes more sense to launch nautilus to view them.
Additionally, nautilus is *much* easier to use compared to gthumb for this sort
of thing: the first thing you generally want to do is copy the pictures to local
storage, and drag and drop with gthumb is really awful.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
We want to show a consistent view across all cameras. That being said
all cameras should be viewed through nautilus at some point.
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