Fujifilm X-T3 Battery Bank Information

The Fujifilm X-T3 is Fujifilm’s most feature filled camera for using an external battery with it and Fujifilm has released some guidelines for which battery banks to use. Fujifilm recommends the Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD and PowerCore+26800 PD, but you should be able to use any USB-C charger.

The Anker PowerCore battery banks are currently 50% off, but there are other more affordable options at this time so they might have their prices permanently reduced. You can read more about how the Anker battery banks perform with the Fujifilm X-T3 below.

This is the detailed information about the recommended mobile battery for FUJIFILM digital cameras
which have the battery charge function via a USB cable.

  1. Recommended mobile battery
Brand Type
Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD
PowerCore+26800 PD

* Anker and PowerCore are trademark or registered trademark of Anker Innovations Limited or associated companies.

  1. Applicable models and status of charging battery/supplying power

     All the models below have the battery charge function via a USB cable while a camera is off.
And in some of models, power is supplied by the mobile battery while a camera is on (shooting/playback modes)(*1)

Model Charging battery while a camera is off. Supplying power while a camera is on.
X-T3 X X
X-T2 X X
X-H1 X X
X-E3 X X
X-T20 X X
X100F X X
X100T X X
X-T100 X
X-A5 X
X-A3 X
XF10 X

*1:If a camera with a charged battery is connected to the mobile battery,
the mobile battery supplies power to the camera, so that the power
consumption of the battery in the camera becomes less. It is very
useful especially for a continuous shooting like a movie, time lapse shooting
and so on. If the camera turns off, a battery charge automatically starts.

  1. How to connect the mobile battery to a camera (recommendation)

(1) Prepare the USB cable to connect a camera and the mobile battery.
* In case of X-T3, use the cable bundled with the mobile battery
or commercial “TypeC to TypeC” cablecertified by USB-IF.
In case of cameras other than X-T3, use a commercial “TypeC to MicroB” cable
certified by USB-IF.

(2) Connect a USB cable to the USB terminal of a camera.

(3) There are two kinds of output ports, USB Standard-A and Type-C on the mobile battery.
In case of charging battery and supplying power, use the output ports of the USB Type-C.

Model Port on a camera Port on the mobile battery USB cable to be used(*2)
X-T3 Connect to USB Type-C port Connect to Type-C port Type-C to Type-C cable
X-T2 Connect to USB MicroB port Connect to Type-C port Type-C to MicroB cable

*2:If you use a commercial cable, use a cable certified by USB-IF.

  1. How to use the recommended mobile battery

(1) Connecting a USB cable to the mobile battery starts supplying power and charging
a battery in a camera.Removing it stops them.
(2) The indicator lamp on a camera is on in green or orange during charging a battery in a camera.
(3) The indicator lamp on a camera is off during supplying power from the mobile battery.
(4) In case of cameras with the tether shooting function, set the PC CONNECTION MODE to
USB CARD READER. Otherwise, a camera may not work correctly.
(5) About charging the mobile battery, refer to the owner’s manual of the product.
* When you don’t use the mobile battery, remove the USB cable from both a camera
and the mobile batteryfor its power save.
* Batteries in a Vertical Battery Grip and Vertical Power Boost Grip cannot be charged through a camera.

  1. Reference

(1) Rough standard of how many times the mobile battery can charge a battery in a camera

Mobile battery Cameras with NP-W126S/NP-W126 Cameras with NP-95
PowerCore Speed 20000 PD approx. 5 times approx. 7 times
PowerCore+26800 PD approx. 7 times approx. 10 times

(2)Battery life

Mobile battery X-T3 X-H1
Still image Movie recording (4K/60P) Still image Movie recording (4K/30P)
Without mobile battery approx. 390 Approx. 40 min. approx. 310 approx. 45 min.
Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD approx. 1500 approx. 320 min. approx. 1300 approx. 290 min.
Anker PowerCore+26800 PD approx. 1900 approx. 400 min. approx. 1600 approx. 290 min.

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