I noticed today that the latch which is turned to open the battery chamber on my xh1 battery grip does not snap shut, but dangles freely. Is this by design, or a flaw on my grip? Am I missing something to lock it down? It doesn't cause any issues for me, just slightly annoying. Thanks for any responses!
Hi everyone, By mistake I changed my XH1 attached to battery grip with a third party AC cable. Strange noise and camera couldn’t turn on and i sent it to Fujifilm technical service centre. Technician said grip is ok but 3 barreries were burned as well as motherboard and had to replace it. Then see if the other parts are working probably or need to change more parts! I’m so worry! Any idea? Do you think my camera will be like before this accident? Please share your experience with me. Thank you
As the title says, I've noticed that my Battery Grip is not tightening as firmly to my XT-2 as initially. I noticed that there is some play in the Lock Screw that goes into the X-T2's collar mount. I haven't noticed any performance issues, but I use the grip when it's on a tripod and want to eliminate any vibration issues when doing Long Exposures.
Has anyone else experienced this issue and if so was there a fix for it?
My X-T1 is being strange. With my battery grip attached, SOMETIMES, it won't turn on, or wake from sleep. I can't figure out a pattern to it. Removing the battery from the grip will allow the camera to wake and be used, but putting a battery back in kills it again. To reset the issue, I have to remove the grip, cycle the camera on and off, then re-attach the grip with a battery in it, and then turn it on. It works for a while, as normal, turning on and off as expected. Then, a while later (again, no pattern that I can discern) it won't turn on or wake, and I have to do remove the grip again. All batteries are fully charged.
I haven't changed the settings anywhere that I can think of or find, and every part of the battery grip seems to be in working condition.
I assume I'll have to get with Fuji about it, but I wondered if anyone had any similar experiences.