06-08-2020 03:52 PM - last edited on 06-09-2020 08:53 AM by Danny
Please, help! How to solve err70 on Canon 80d? It occurs only when the camera is set in video mode. The camera shuts down after about 2 minutes and shows that error. It happens with my Canon 17-55, my Canon 18-55 and my tamron 70-200 g2. No problems with my Tokina 11-16 instead... With 5dmk4 I have no problem at all with every lens.
12-08-2020 10:45 AM
"...I updated the Firmware to 1.0.3 today."
A bad idea, no a very bad idea, and not the problem. Have either of you guys tried a new different SD card? Are you guys seeing this while doing video?
12-08-2020 10:49 AM
BTW, to all that may read this, it is never a good idea to mess with, or try to update, or reinstall, your FW if you are having problems with, or you have a faulty camera. You can very easily "brick" the camera and then only Canon can fix it.
12-08-2020 11:02 AM
Hello Alex, did you solve your problem?
I've got the same problem since I updated the Firmware to 1.0.3 today.
I'm using a 24-70mm F4, which makes weird clicks when the error appears.
I understand that the problem did not appear until AFTER you installed the firmware update. I suggest that you contact Canon Support. The firmware update was to correct security vulnerabilities.
12-08-2020 11:15 AM
The problems started after the Update.
And only appear while in video mode with the EOS Webcam Utility.
I switched to picture mode after my last post - now my "webcam" is back online but without Autofocus.
12-08-2020 11:24 AM
"I have this problem only when using the camera as a webcam through the official software."
OK, could be it is over heating. However, the FW done before or after is not the likely cause. Of course, I guess nothing is impossible but I would still think it is not the likely suspect.