has canons cripple hammer struck the R5 with overheating ? Locked

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davev8
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has canons cripple hammer struck the R5 with overheating ?

this do seem a bit extreme course of action to protect the EOS cinema line

https://www.eoshd.com/news/chinese-user-modifies-canon-eos-r5-to-improve-heat-management-but-finds-artificial-firmware-time-limit/?fbclid=IwAR2WUkcfYos7jgAx6OqADfGdjbBuNB6Vq9Y-Y1Y2w89clRX8UF8dfZWduHQ

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