In this guide, we will go over some of the best and most essential accessories for the Fujifilm X-S10.
Fujifilm X-S10 – Amazon / Adorama / B&H
Best Screen Protectors
PCTC Screen Protectors
Available At: Amazon
PCTC screen protectors are available for the Fujifilm X-S10. I’ve used this brand in the past and they worked out. This particular screen protector they offer is a 0.3mm 9H hardness ultra-clear tempered glass screen. If you’re wondering if the screen will still fold up with a .3mm screen protector on, the answer is yes.
My go-to brand is usually Expert Shield. I’ll update this list as soon as they make screen protectors for the Fujifilm X-S10.
Although the Fujifilm shares a lot of the same accessories as the X-T4, it still keeps the same older battery that they’ve been using for a few years, the NP-W126s.
Available at: Amazon / Adorama / BHphoto
This is the official Fujifilm X-T3 battery. It has a power rating of 1260mAh and has a CIPA rating of 390 shots in the Fujifilm X-T3.
Wasabi (2-Pack) 1450mAh
Available at: Amazon
Wasabi has upgraded its NP 126 batteries to match the specs of the newest Fujifilm batteries. Wasabi is a California based company that uses the best Japanese cells. They are the best third-party battery maker with the best reputation. This kit doesn’t come with a charger. You can get a wasabi charger for super cheap, but I recommend you always charge your batteries with the official Fujifilm charger or battery grip if you can.
Fujifilm X-S10 Memory Cards
The Fujifilm X-S10 is capable of outputting 200Mbps 4k video with a 20fps electronic shutter. Because of the capabilities of this camera, buying memory cards can get complicated or expensive so I’ve put together a memory card guide to help you find the best memory cards so you don’t buy more than you need. There is also some good information on how you can avoid counterfeit cards.
See the guide here: Best SD Cards Fujifilm X-S10
Best Case Fujifilm X-S10
If you’re looking for some nice cases or bags for the X-S10 and the gear that goes along with it, I have a nice recommendation that have been invaluable to me.
I’m not really into bags and I like to keep it simple, but these Mirrorless mover bags I continue to find useful. I own three different sizes that switch out for different things.
The main reason I like these is that I often like using normal backpacks instead of camera backpacks and this allows me to still safely store my camera equipment and lenses.
ThinkTank Mirrorless Mover Bags
Available At: Amazon / Adorama / B&H
I have these in several sizes and I use them constantly for not only packing my camera, but lenses, or accessories. Sometimes I’ll take just a smaller bag and push my camera lens into it while mounted to the camera and throw it into my backpack.
In the mirrorless mover 5, you’ll likely only be able to fit the camera with no lens. The 5 is better used for just accessories and lenses. You’ll really need the 10 or 20 sizes if you want it to be a good case for the Fujifilm X-S10.
Rode Video Mic Pro
Available At: Amazon
This is what I use sometimes, but I’ll be honest, this is a better mic than the Rode VideoMicro, but if you’re just doing casual stuff the VideoMicro is a much better value in my opinion. Even though I have both, I find myself using the VIdeoMicro a lot more. It works better as a run-and-gun mic because it’s smaller and since I often throw DeNoise on my mic channel in Premiere, the preamp hiss you get is irrelevant.
This mic is great if you want to power the mic so you don’t have to ride the camera pre-amps so hard which ultimately will result in cleaner audio. If you need to record sounds that are quieter, or more distant this mic will be a better option since you can get a bit more versatility out of it.
With spoken word, I actually like this mic a little bit more with the +20 not engaged. There ends up being a high-end almost metallic sound to this mic when engaging the +20 on the spoken word.
Rode VideoMic NTG Hybrid Analog
This is a fantastic mic because it also works as a USB mic. There are tons of features like self-powering on and off, volume control, it can record one of the stereo channels at a lower db as a backup for any clipping and it has a clipping light for monitoring without a headphone jack.
This might also be a great option for use with a Ninja V to push the mic away from the recorder to reduce the fan noise. You pretty much will want that recorder as far behind the mic as possible.
A lot of people like this mic to use as a podcast mic, or on the desk vlogger mic because of that USB connection. Which is great, it’s one mic that you can really grow a Youtube channel with.
Eventually, I would upgrade to a proper 1″ condenser for real VO heavy work.
The Rode NT2 sounds a million times better than one of these shotguns. I personally use the Rode NT2A for my desk mic and VO work.
This mic is still great for voice-over or personal talking head, especially if you’re in a situation where you’re unable to get the mic within a foot or two from you and don’t want to mess with Lavs.
Rode VideoMicro Compact
Available At: Amazon
This is the little do-it-all mic I throw in my bag and it’s good enough for any situation. Great backup mic or on-the-go mic and the price is very affordable. This is also nice if you have a smaller camera like a GoPro or something that takes a mic.
I use this mic the most with my cameras for shooting video casually. You will get a bit more pre-amp noise compared to the above mics but it’s really not that bad, especially since Premieres DeNoise filter works so well. When indoors I take off the windscreen and it’s so compact. The windscreen will muffle the sound just slightly.
I also use this on my GoPro Hero 9 with the media mod since you can mount it to the side.
Rode Wireless Go
Available At: Amazon
This is what Alex and I use when making videos on his Youtube channel. It’s very good. One of the best simplest wireless setups I’ve ever used and the quality is good.
If you are using an external recorder like the Ninja V that generates sound noise, you can also use these with one of the above mics to move the mic to a different location and still record audio to your camera or an external recorder.
You can use your own mic or just get their kit.
Best Fujifilm X-S10 Accessories Conclusion
The X-S10 is still a new camera and as more and more accessories come online I’ll try to update it with all the latest gear. With the camera industry suffering right now, many third-party accessory companies just aren’t making as many accessories as they had in the past and some even closed their doors.