if you're out in 40C weather and need to shoot video... you can expect to shoot much less than expected. The only thing to keep in mind is how much do you need to shoot. I'm no video shooter and couldn't care much about this overheating concern, but is it really normal to want to record more than 20 minutes of 8K RAW video on a regular basis? Seriously, where in the world will you store all that data? I can understand short clips here and there, just like in movie production. But 20 minutes of 8K RAW?? Or even 4k 120fps. I think it's a very specific setting used for shooting SECONDS to then use as slow motion footage. Does anyone expect to be shooting 15 minutes of 4k 120fps footage?i second this as well as what happens if the ambient temp is warmer
Then, at the end of the day, if this overheating thing affects you regularly, you're probably chose the wrong camera to do your work with. Look towards Canon's Cinema series if you need to record so much video at such high quality without needing downtime. Their bigger form factor allows for extra cooling. If it affects you rarely, is it really an issue? And out of the times it affected you, how many of those times were of the type where it was perfectly ok to just take a break and have a chat/coffee while the camera cooled down? I think in a significant majority of cases, the number of times this overheating issue will critically cripple a user (from the correct target base for the camera) is insignificant.