Photographers beware. Fujifilm just issued a recall for “more than 270,000 power adapter wall plugs that were packaged with six of the company’s point-and-shoot and mirrorless camera models” over concerns that they could be susceptible to electrical shock. According to the company, the AC-5VF plugs have the potential to “crack, break, or accidentally detach from the device’s charger, posing a hazard.” Fortunately, there have been no injury reports as of yet, and Fujifilm is offering to replace customer wall plugs and adapter units for free.
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