Sorry it doesn’t say anything other than you can fool the camera into recording for longer. It doesn’t tell you the medium or long term effect, but it does perhaps point to the method that Canon use is fallible to hacking.This link should say it all about the overheating issue https://www.eoshd.com/news/this-is-...-straight-until-empty-battery-video-evidence/
Canon EOS R5 so-called overheat timer defeated by a single screw in battery door - EOSHD.com - Filmmaking Gear and Camera ReviewsUPDATED. On Friday, I received a message from the A1ex, developer at Magic Lantern to point me to an interesting theory suggested by one of their contributors, which he believed could defeat the so-called overheat timer on the Canon EOS R5. Initially I was skeptical as to whether it would work...www.eoshd.com
Eos Hd was not the first to do this. There are a couple of guys from DPR and FM who did. But they are not suggesting it is a fix and even warned against possible impact to the Camera in their video.
Bottom line, if Andrew isn’t happy I suspect he could easily get a refund (well until he started doing some of the tests which bypass Canon controls). Taking it to a small claims court as he has threatened will he met with the response “did you ask for a refund and get denied?” No? Well you have no reason to be here unless that fails.
It’s his website, he can do what he likes, post what he likes, threaten Canon but ultimately I do not think his motives are he’s trying to champion the cause to make a better product or get the current one fixed.
You are free to share that here, of course, but I suspect other people in the forum will continue to say the same thing “get a refund if you’re not happy overall, cancel your pre order”, or don’t order it.... it’s great to have choice / options...