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Hi everyone,

Just wanted to see if you had any suggestions for using the fuji webcam feature to stream but also keep the battery from losing charge? 

I reckon I get about 45 mins at the most before the battery dies on my x-t2 while plugged into usb.

The only suggestion that I've seen is possibly trying to get the grip and use the external charger on that.

Any help would be appreciated 

Emma

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Hi Emma,

I used a 'fake battery' with great success to stream in 4K through Zoom using my X-T20. This is the product: 

https://www.amazon.com/Gonine-Replacement-Fujifilm-NP-W126S-Battery,/dp/B089Y9ZKSZ/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=fuji+fake+battery&qid=1627434637&sr=8-5

There is a small 'opening' in the battery door of the camera. When you plug in the fake battery, you slide the power connector through that opening and connect it to the power adapter. Works well and does not limit the camera's use with a tripod.

Hope this helps!

 

Yuval

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