Fuji Guys Explain Which Battery Power Banks are Best for Your Fujifilm Cameras

Fuji Guy Billy shows you the different battery pack options to power your Fujifilm cameras.

  • standard 5V power banks will charge your batteries slower and can’t power your camera while you use it. But it’s a cheap alternative to charge your batteries while your camera is turned off
  • what you should get, is a power deliver battery bank. It can output much higher than 5 volts. For example, the Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD (which I own, too), can output up to 20V
  • with higher voltage, you can power your camera
  • if you want to power your camera, use the USB-C PD (power delivery) connection that is on the power bank
  • many of those power banks come with high power deliver wall charger
  • you can connect the wall charger directly to the camera, and it becomes basically your AC Adapter
  • when you buy a power bank, make sure it states “PD” for “power delivery”

Fujifilm officially recommends the following PD power banks on their website.

Anker Accessories:

Official Fujifilm Power Bank Page

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As usual, FujiRumors broke the news about the official Fujifilm recommended Anker power banks in this article here. Down below again the screenshots of why the Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD and Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD might be useful for your Fujifilm X camera.

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