- Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 5.3 x 2.5 cm ; 45.4 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 68 g
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Item Model Number: NP-W126S Rechargeable Battery
- ASIN: B01I4RNPQ6
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 1 September 2017
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
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Fujifilm NP-W126S Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery
- Compatible with FUJIFILM X series cameras using NP-W126
- Improved heat management compared to NP-W126
- 1260mAh(min.1200mAh), 8.7Wh, 7.2V
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That battery (Inca) was an abject failure, used it in the camera for the second time and it went from 50% charge to zero in minutes, plus the camera temperature increased quite considerably. Additionally, the third party battery was slightly smaller than the Fuji battery and I had to wedge it in the Fuji charger in order to recharge it without getting warning lights on the charger. Bought the NP-W126S battery from Amazon and it just works.
Don't be tempted and try to save by purchasing third party batteries for Fuji cameras - it cost me in the long run.
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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.