In the worst case you can use DoP through the JPG file format, which is independent from the sensor type. OK, it is not RAW. Make the RAW processing related manipulation in the Fuji native application, which accept the RAW files and continue the editing in DoP. The main difference between RAW and JPG is in the white balance and saturated RGB component processing. The JPG format is almost same quality as RAW, if the highlights are all in the visible histogram area. The 8 bit vs. 16 bit battle: finally will win the 8 bit anyhow, because the monitors and printers have - 95% - 8 bit drivers only.