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Hi, am I the only one experiencing temperature issues with my Q? After 10 minutes of use it gets really warm (almost hot) in the right body area (where the battery sits) and in the screen area. Is this normal? It's such a nice camera but I really don't like that behavior. Anybody else experiencing this, should I worry? FW 2.0. Thanks a lot!
Hi, qick question, I just pulled the trigger on the Q. I like it very much in every aspect, didn' think I could go with an EVF but its pretty fine - allthogh it adds a certain sparkle to the images which is not apparent in final output...anyways, I have three issues that bug me a bit: 1. During the first day of use it had three freezes (while fiddling with the menue). I had to remove the battery to shut it down. Firmware 2.0. Mh.... 2. It gets pretty warm on the right side of the body after 10 minutes up of use. Not alarmingly hot but its there. Normal? 3. No metering spot visible in manual focus mode? C'mon. In exchange i can provide the following tipps for use of the much bashed video mode: - turn OFF Autofocus, use MF with focus peaking - turn Metering mode to Matrix Metering - turn OFF image stabilizisation (there's a dedicated option for video) - adjust exposure via compensation dial - set sharpening too low - set contrast to moderate - use native 28mm mode only Still no professional video machine and no aperture control but it works pretty okayish this way. Your input is much appreciated. Thank you.
I was reading through the manual and came across the warning about cosmic radiation in aircraft note. It got me wondering if the excitement of cosmic rays would just cause hot/cold pixels whilst shooting or whether the effect was a cumulative one that might ultimately degrade the sensor over time? I'm not overly concerned, although my camera does get dosed probably every week due to work travel, but I am curious. Does anyone know for certain?