Fujifilm X100F and the heat.
Imagine a hot summer day in China, it’s about 38 degrees, not a single cloud at the sky and a street photographer with tons of sunscreen and a base cap.
Starting up my Fujifilm X100F and setting everything up and let’s go!
So while wandering around Beijing I noticed that even if I don’t actively shoot all the time my X100F stays at standby and gets hot, not like I wanna drop it, but it gets noticeably hot.
So this is my first time being confronted with this kind of temperatures. I think I need to keep an eye on my cam for overheating.
Leave a comment for hints or if you experience the same please share.
So let’s go on shooting life ;-)