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Re: 80D turns off on its own

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Would it do this because the camera's buffer memory is full? Are you using a suitably high speed memory card?

 

You might try shooting some lower resolution video and see if that alleviates the problem. Did you format your card in the camera?

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Re: 80D turns off on its own

Have you found a fix to this issue? I'm experiencing the same problem

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Re: 80D turns off on its own

If the camera is only six months old, and you have a one year warranty, why not just let Canon service it?

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Re: 80D turns off on its own

Hi there!

 

The same is happening to me. Did you solve it?

 

I'd aprecciate if anyone could share a solution here.

 

Thanks!

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Re: 80D turns off on its own

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W21Y6j_o7u0


Try what he does in this video. for me it was the switch in the SD CARD that needed to be pushed in. I hope it helps!

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Re: 80D turns off on its own


@lhilton1991 wrote:
Yes but it never reached thirty minutes. And also, it's not overheating because it will happen very fast. About a few minutes into recording

YES, I know this post is old.

 

It would only reach 30 minutes at the lower shooting resolutions.  For HD video, you will run up against the 2GB files size limit, long before you hit 30 minutes.

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@dehschneider wrote:

Hi there!

 

The same is happening to me. Did you solve it?

 

I'd aprecciate if anyone could share a solution here.

 

Thanks!


Are you having the camera shutdown when shooting video.  There is no real “fix” for how the camera behaves when shooting video.  The best fix is buy a camcorder, or an actual video camera.

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Re: 80D turns off on its own


@Waddizzle wrote:

@dehschneider wrote:

Hi there!

 

The same is happening to me. Did you solve it?

 

I'd aprecciate if anyone could share a solution here.

 

Thanks!


Are you having the camera shutdown when shooting video.  There is no real “fix” for how the camera behaves when shooting video.  The best fix is buy a camcorder, or an actual video camera.


Actually that didn't happen to me. At least, not yet!

 

My problem was when holding the camera and touching or pressing some parts of its body.

 

But I did solve that issue with the video that was posted above.

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Re: 80D turns off on its own


@ungstrup wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W21Y6j_o7u0


Try what he does in this video. for me it was the switch in the SD CARD that needed to be pushed in. I hope it helps!

Best regards

Thanks ungstrup!

 

Same was happening here. I just used a knife do push the tiny switch at the memory card door. I've used the camera several times since then and it worked perfectly fine!

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