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Can I use the battery from my XT 10 for my new XT 30 II?

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You can, it will work, but …. consider the age on the X-T10’s battery, the X-T30 II will drain it faster, the newer battery is built with larger capacity. Also, the newer battery has the middle terminals being used by the camera to regulate temperature. The ones on the older battery are not activated for that.

If cost is an issue, there are several third party sellers that have compatible batteries.

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