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The current Fuji NP-W126S batteries do not come with little caps or cases to protect the terminals. Has anyone found a decent alternative or do we all just sorta toss them into the bag and go with it?

The terminals appear recessed so I’m not overly worried but having come from other systems it seems... idk, odd.

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I use the case for a UV filter from Ritz. 2 Fuji batteries fit perfectly side by side.

Companies like Think Tank and Neewer make battery holders too.

Even if you don't, as long as you don't keep any conductive material near the terminals, having it in a bag or pocket should be fine.

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Oo... thanks for the tip! I’ll take a look at both those products. I usually keep them in a single side of my camera bag so no other metal objects are around them. But for some occasions having a cover or pouch like the above would be nice.

Thanks, again!

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