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Fixed! Canon EOS R5 Overheating Solved with DIY Internal Heatsink

Matt from DIY Perks’ YouTube channel managed to significantly improve the overheating problem of the Canon EOS R5. With an improved internal copper heatsink and an active cooling baseplate, he was able to get unlimited 8K RAW recording. Matt from DIY Perks’ Youtube channel produces really interesting content. I have been following his work for a couple of years already and can definitely recommend his videos if you are into electronics, PC building, custom cooling and DIY action in general. His latest video is even more interesting for us filmmakers, as it seems like he purchased the Canon EOS R5 camera – and decided to tackle its overheating issue. Canon EOS R5 – Great Specs, but Overheating Once announced, the Canon EOS R5 got a lot of attention for its superb specs. Features like 8K RAW 30fps internal video with full sensor readout, IBIS, Dual-Pixel AF, and 4K 120p were making the headlines all over the world. Unfortunately, after the first real-world tests started appearing, it was clear there is one problem with it. The camera overheats pretty quickly. Canon EOS R5 Overheating During Video Recording – Canon’s statement. Image credit: Canon/Unsplash Canon first reacted to the situation by answering our questions in an interview, giving their view and an official statement on the EOS R5 and R6 overheating issue. When first introduced, in 8K/30, the camera would stop recording and shut down after 20 minutes and in 4K/120 after only 15 minutes. What was even worse, it could take...

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Published By: CineD - Friday, 27 November

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