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Fujifilm NP-W126 Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery
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- Compatible with FUJIFILM X series cameras using NP-W126
- Improved heat management compared to NP-W126
- 1260mAh(min.1200mAh), 8.7Wh, 7.2V
- Recommended for X-T2 in conjunction with the Vertical Power Booster Grip to allow 30min of 4K movie recording.
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Beginning in 1934 as Japan's pioneering photographic film maker, Fujifilm has leveraged its imaging and information technology to become a global presence known for innovation in healthcare, graphic arts, optical devices, highly functional materials and other high-tech areas. At Fujifilm we seek to maximize synergies with other members of the Fujifilm group and utilize our people and other resources efficiently to achieve healthy growth. We have a lean and robust management structure that is integrated with Fujifilm Holdings Corporation. Since Fujifilm's founding in 1934 as a photographic film manufacturer, we have expanded to become an innovative leader in a variety of business fields.
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- Get a battery that lasts far longer per charge
- Get a battery that lasts far longer in terms of working lifetime
- Get a battery that won't swell up and explode in—or get stuck in—your expensive camera
Voice of experience—get the real thing. The clones are using generic spec cells, rather than compliant with the particular power draw requirements of the camera, and they're missing protection features that prevent the battery from doing damage to your equipment when it wears out.
Seriously, you'll have to buy three generic batteries (for the same total price, no less) to get you as many shots as one genuine battery, which means multiple switches throughout the day, and in a year your three generic batteries will have to be replaced because they won't hold much of a charge any longer. That is, if they don't swell up, get stuck inside your camera, or worse.
It's not worth it. Get the real thing when it comes to power.
In any case, not much else to say. It's an expensive battery, in fact almost 3x the cheap-o Wasabi (with charger), but it easily has 30% more usable capacity than the knock-off's, and it also has a working temperature sensor that integrates with the Fuji fast charger. If I'm traveling and absolutely don't want to haul the OEM charger, I have successfully charged these using the Wasabi USB dual charger, it just takes longer, and I make sure to remove them as soon as the light turns green.
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As many Fuji fans will know, this battery pack won't keep your camera powered for as long as some may like, especially if you're using burst mode, power boost or a lot of flash or screen time. But that's not the fault of the battery, which was designed to be smaller in order to keep the camera bodies pleasingly compact. I've developed the habit of automatically powering down my camera when I'm not using it, and that makes a huge difference. With the power grip attached and a total of three batteries I get an entire day of shooting.
You may have noticed that Fujifilm sell two different batteries with very similar codes: the NP-W126S, and the older NP-W126. This newer and upgraded 'S' variant has additional electronic circuitry inside that protects it against over-heating in high drain situations, and is also said to improve current output. If you do use a non original battery your Fuji camera will warn you it isn't genuine. You can override the warning and choose to continue, but I it will invalidate your camera warranty if problems ensue.
I don't know if the issue I experienced was related to use of the third-party batteries in a the grip rather than the X-T2 itself, but I learned my lesson. Having spent many hundreds of pounds on this excellent camera, trying to cut corners with the batteries was a waste of time and money (although I am keeping the Ansmanns as spares for use in the camera if needed).