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I made some leather protectors from a piece of old leather using a pair of scissors and a hole punch. The tongue from an old pair of shoes would be suitable source of leather.

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Ianmac   

Yes, a very simple DIY job with leather or silicon mat.

Silicon skins are now available for a lot of the Fuji range.

Used one on my X-M1 and just fitted a second to my X-T10.

They provide excellent camera body protection from straps andany other light knocks.

On Ebay from China circa £6 including postage.

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19 hours ago, Greyelm said:

I made some leather protectors from a piece of old leather using a pair of scissors and a hole punch. The tongue from an old pair of shoes would be suitable source of leather.

I prefer this idea but the shoes are getting in the way of the viewfinder. Did I miss something in the instructions?

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