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Most Popular Buy: Headphone Adapters (and Batteries)

You may have noticed that the Fuji X Forum sometimes links to Amazon. This helps us to fund the forum – and gives us interesting insights what you Fuji X Forum visitors are interested in. I took a closer look at what products where bought from Amazon in recent months after having visited our forum.

Some of the Most of the popular articles are obvious:

  • Cameras
  • Lenses
  • Memory cards (see list below – Fuji X users apparently LOVE Sandisk)
  • Batteries
  • Accessories – you'll find some of them below

About some popular articles I was first puzzled, but then I found the reason in the forum.

Top Article: Headphone Adapter

Believe it or not: The most popular article in the Fuji X Forum is this:

Motorola USB-C to 3.5mm Audio Headphone Jack Adapter Cable

How come? I searched the forum and found this discussion:

» Fuji X-T4 Headphone Adapter Part

… in which a member was looking for the best replacement for his Fuji X-T4 USB-C headphone jack adapter. The one he had didn't work and thus he was asking for advice. Obviously a lot of X-T4 photographers had the same problem – making the Motorola Adapter the most popular accessory here in the forum…

Next up:

Batteries & Chargers

Fujifilm’s original batteries (NP-W126S and NP-W235) are most popular, but a lot of cheaper alternatives and dummy batteries are selling well too:


Top Cameras

The three flagships (and the X-Pro3) are your favourite Fuji cameras:

Top Lenses

Four Fujinon lenses and a Viltrox prime are the best seller lenses:


Haoge's accessories seem to meet your taste

SD Cards

Memory card best sellers are SanDisk UHS-II cards:

Do you have other recommendations for Fujifilm photographers?

Feel free to share them here!

Disclaimer: The Amazon links in this post are affiliate links, which allow me to get a small share if you buy from Amazon.

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