Notes on long-time recording
Describes long-time recording.
- When you continue to shoot for a long time, the temperature of the camera rises. If the temperature reaches above a certain level, shooting stops automatically.
Leave the camera for 10 minutes or longer to allow the temperature inside the camera to decrease to a safe level.
- Under high ambient temperatures, the temperature of the camera rises quickly.
- When the temperature of the camera rises, the image quality may deteriorate. It is recommended that you wait until the temperature of the camera drops before continuing to shoot.
- Camera body may get warm with use - this is normal.