That's what they did with the X30, now offering almost twice the durability of the RX100III, even with the Fuji's high-res real-time EVF. The X30 was immediately called too heavy, too large, not compact enough etc.I suppose Fuji could simply specify a higher capacity battery for any given camera model. But there's no free lunch: higher capacity almost always means a physically bigger battery.
Are your cameras set to HIGH PERFORMANCE?To be fair I got the thick end of 1000 exposures out of one battery in my X-T1 at the air show the other day. I have two bodies and five batteries between them and that is the first time I have run one down totally in a day.
There doesn't seem to be much of a market, because I haven't seen any third-party offerings for such things. It would be very easy to accomplish. It's sad.Yes, Rico. I can and I do but -- personal preference -- I would rather not have that weight in my hand but on my belt in certain situations.
Are your cameras set to HIGH PERFORMANCE?
Hi All - Is there any good forum posts or FAQs or webpages anywhere talking about the settings to best optimize battery life versus operational convenience/getting the best images out of an X-E2 (or similar)?I never run Hi Perf mode, and whenever I can I use EVF + Sensor so it's basically off unless I have it up to my face. I don't review jpgs much, and I don't leave the camera on walking between shots...