The Sony A6300 mirrorless camera is slowly shipping out and some of the first A6300 users said that the new Sony A6300 camera had overheating issues during 4K video recording. I don’t know if your Sony a6300 has the overheating issues, but two friends have not experienced overheating with the a6300 yet. I know that overheating issues with Sony cameras are nothing new and any new camera are not perfect. So, I hope Sony can fix the overheating issues via firmware upgrade very very soon.
That1cameraguy posted a video showing us several tips to increase the 4k recording time on the Sony a6300. The main tool to help with overheating is talked about at 4:21 for those of you wanting to jump to that part. The cage he used is: Smallrig Camera Cage for Sony A6300/A6000 ($74.99).
Before I had the cage, I would charge externally while having the battery door open and screen out. The camera would still overheat after about 2-3 sessions of 30 minutes. However, once I got the cage, charging externally and using the techniques that I mention in the video, I was able to get through 3 hours. I’m guessing theirs some variation on the cameras which give varying results.
I hope the way he mentioned really works, so it can help you to solve your Sony A6300 overheating issues.
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