This grip is compatible with the Fujifilm X-T10 and X-T20. A Grip for the X-T30 is availavle here
I have bought a Fujifilm X-T10 and and although it is an awsome Camera, in my opinion it comes with a major ergonomic caveat due to the underlying design approach: Due to the very small grip, holding the camera becomes uncomfortable quite quickly.
Because it turned out that there is no optional Grip for my camera available that meets my expectations in terms of affordability and size, I have decided to design my own one with the intention to obtain more DSLR-like ergonomics.
The Grip's main features are:
- very low weight
- slightly rough surface for comfortable grip
- a protruding top edge at the front prevents the camera from slipping off your hand so that minimal force is required to hold the camera securely
- battery door is still accessible
- the tripod mount is not needed for mounting
- the grip provides a comfortable thumb rest
Please feel free to browse through the Photos to learn interesting things about the design decisions I have made :-)
Please note: When mounting, you may notice that there will still be a little gap between the two parts of the grip. This is not an indication for a faulty product. Indeed, the gap is intended by design in order to provide a tolerance, ensuring a tight fit!
Now, after the design process is finished, I am very pleased with the result and would like to share my work with other Fuji enthusiasts. All you need to get in addition to enjoy the Grip, which you may order from this webpage very easily, are three screws for 3mm holes and corresponding nuts.
You can find other camera addons at my Shapeways shop: www.shapeways.com/shops/sonnenschein
The usual disclaimer:
Please note: The shipment includes only the 3d printed item and not the camera or any other gear visible on some of the photos.
Although I have tested the product extensively and I usually use it myself, I am not responsible for any damage caused by using the product.
I've tested the Grip for the X-T20 with the XF 55-200mm and the Sigma 18-35mm 1.8 and it works well, but I don't have experience with heavier lenses.