Enthusiast solved the problem of overheating of the camera Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF7
Industrial designer Eric Strebel (Eric Strebel) decided to correct the error of his colleagues from Panasonic, leading to overheating mirrorless camera Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF7’s in the process of shooting a movie. He chose the most straightforward approach and attached to the camera aluminum radiator. Fortunately, the design of the camera with the fold-up screen and a flat back surface of the case makes this decision simple and effective.
The radiator was borrowed in the old computer and updated to the required size and shape. Used for fixing the spring wire attachment.
On the implementation plan Eric took about four hours. According to him, with the camera overheating, even during extended video shooting is done.
Source: DP Review