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XT-4 overheats

Ori Shalhon

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Definitely shouldn't overheat when you're taking photos, sometimes can overheat with extended use when using video.  Latest firmware was supposed to help with overheating in video situations - v1.22

Not sure what else to suggest, perhaps reset the camera to factory settings and see if it still happens?

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