Chinese company Tilta has recently released the Tiltaing Cooling System, a fan that attaches to the back of R5 and R6 cameras, which the company claims will offer “full range cooling, efficient and stable” that will “support your creative vision.” The seven-blade fan runs at 5,000 rpm and produces 30 dB of noise. The system has a slower, quieter fan speed available, but details are not published.
The fan sits in the area left by the folded-out LCD and is held in place via an ARCA baseplate. Alternatively, it can be integrated into one of Tilta’s cages. It appears that being hinged, the fan can be flipped down in the event that you wish to fold the LCD back in. The device is powered via its USB-C port, and you’ll need to rig your own supply.
As pointed out by Canon News, there are no details on how the Tiltaing Cooling System improves performance, and as yet, there are no reviews available.
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