« on: November 05, 2014, 06:21:31 AM »
Mine's just over a year old with about 6500 pictures captured.
While I do have a 24-105mm I'm pretty sure I had my 70-200mm mounted at the time that the problem occurred for me. Again I've only had it happen the one time and I didn't need to do anything special to rectify the problem, just turn it off and leave it alone for a bit.
Turn it off and let it rest for a while.... this was the advice from Canon too.
But: The last time it occured, I was waiting a whole day long for an lynx. And when it appeared out of the thicket about 10m away from me - and I wanted to take my shots, this ****** camera did not work. You can imagine that this was not making me happy.
So I had to switch to the 7D and got some very noisy shots @1600Iso....