yeah it was part of my writeup on all this nonsense.It's almost like trapping air in some form of pockets (Let's say, between fabric or layers of clothing) makes for a great insulation
Nonetheless, if you have the link at hand to your source for how the time to fully cool down is affected by putting the camera in a fridge or freezer it would be nice if you could post it. I have seen a video where a guy tested record times and put the camera into a fridge between recordings to reset it, but that wasn't actually part of his experiment so not useful to make any deductions.
In a Baidu post, a Chinese engineer takes apart an EOS R5 and finds some curious problems with heat management. From the images, the CPU and memory, while they get hot, do not have a direct path to the magnesium shell from the top as there is a daughterboard sitting in between the path. While...