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If you are a fan of DSLRs, Canon cameras have modified firmwares where you can automatically restart the recording on a new file once you reached the limit. Check for ML ;)

Obviously what you will do is concatenate the files in order to obtain a full lenght footage at the end.

Consider that this is something that you could use to run up to 3-4 times the normal recording limit mostly because of the temperature that sensor will reach during all the recording time.

Higher temperatures will also increase the noise.

Higher ISOs will trigger the reaching of high temperatures easily and a process like this will also draw more from the lythium battery, a workaround could be using the camera current adaptor provided by the manifacturer itself.

tl;dr: for a long run at 100 iso there should not be problems, for a very long run at 3200-12800 iso you will run in overheating problems and using a dedicated cameracamcorder will be probably better.

If you are a fan of DSLRs, Canon cameras have modified firmwares where you can automatically restart the recording on a new file once you reached the limit. Check for ML ;)

Obviously what you will do is concatenate the files in order to obtain a full lenght footage at the end.

Consider that this is something that you could use to run up to 3-4 times the normal recording limit mostly because of the temperature that sensor will reach during all the recording time.

Higher temperatures will also increase the noise.

Higher ISOs will trigger the reaching of high temperatures easily and a process like this will also draw more from the lythium battery, a workaround could be using the camera current adaptor provided by the manifacturer itself.

tl;dr: for a long run at 100 iso there should not be problems, for a very long run at 3200-12800 iso you will run in overheating problems and using a dedicated camera will be probably better.

If you are a fan of DSLRs, Canon cameras have modified firmwares where you can automatically restart the recording on a new file once you reached the limit. Check for ML ;)

Obviously what you will do is concatenate the files in order to obtain a full lenght footage at the end.

Consider that this is something that you could use to run up to 3-4 times the normal recording limit mostly because of the temperature that sensor will reach during all the recording time.

Higher temperatures will also increase the noise.

Higher ISOs will trigger the reaching of high temperatures easily and a process like this will also draw more from the lythium battery, a workaround could be using the camera current adaptor provided by the manifacturer itself.

tl;dr: for a long run at 100 iso there should not be problems, for a very long run at 3200-12800 iso you will run in overheating problems and using a dedicated camcorder will be probably better.

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If you are a fan of DSLRs, Canon cameras have modified firmwares where you can automatically restart the recording on a new file once you reached the limit. Check for ML ;)

Obviously what you will do is concatenate the files in order to obtain a full lenght footage at the end.

Consider that this is something that you could use to run up to 3-4 times the normal recording limit mostly because of the temperature that sensor will reach during all the recording time.

Higher temperatures will also increase the noise.

Higher ISOs will trigger the reaching of high temperatures easily and a process like this will also draw more from the lythium battery, a workaround could be using the camera current adaptor provided by the manifacturer itself.

tl;dr: for a long run at 100 iso there should not be problems, for a very long run at 3200-12800 iso you will run in overheating problems and using a dedicated camera will be probably better.

If you are a fan of DSLRs, Canon cameras have modified firmwares where you can automatically restart the recording once you reached the limit. Check for ML ;)

If you are a fan of DSLRs, Canon cameras have modified firmwares where you can automatically restart the recording on a new file once you reached the limit. Check for ML ;)

Obviously what you will do is concatenate the files in order to obtain a full lenght footage at the end.

Consider that this is something that you could use to run up to 3-4 times the normal recording limit mostly because of the temperature that sensor will reach during all the recording time.

Higher temperatures will also increase the noise.

Higher ISOs will trigger the reaching of high temperatures easily and a process like this will also draw more from the lythium battery, a workaround could be using the camera current adaptor provided by the manifacturer itself.

tl;dr: for a long run at 100 iso there should not be problems, for a very long run at 3200-12800 iso you will run in overheating problems and using a dedicated camera will be probably better.

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If you are a fan of DSLRs, Canon cameras have modified firmwares where you can automatically restart the recording once you reached the limit. Check for ML ;)