Canon EOS R5 Video Recording Limits
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|4K 60P (Full Sensor Width)||30 minutes1|
|4K (30 fps or less)||30 minutes1|
|HD (60 fps or less)||30 minutes1|
|4K 60P (APS-C Crop - 5.1K Oversampled)||25 minutes2|
|8K||20 minutes3 5|
|High Frame Rates (100 or 119.9 fps)||7 minutes 30 seconds4|
1 If the recording time reaches 29 minutes and 59 seconds, recording will stop automatically.
2 If the recording time reaches 24 minutes 59 seconds, recording will stop automatically.
3 If the recording time reaches 19 minutes 59 seconds, recording will stop automatically.
4 If the recording time reaches 7 minutes 29 seconds, recording will stop automatically.
5 8K movie recording (RAW, DCI, UHD) has restrictions on possible recording time due to the temperature rise.
- Using SD/SDHC cards:
- The card will be formatted in FAT32.
- If the file size exceeds 4 GB, a new file will be created automatically.
- Using SDXC cards:
- The card will be formatted in exFAT.
- Even if the file size exceeds 4 GB during recording, the movie will be saved as a single file.
- An increase of the camera’s internal temperature may cause recording to stop before the maximum recording time is reached.
- Times are listed from a cold start. If the camera is in LV mode standby before shooting or the ambient temperature is high, the shooting time may be shorter.
Sources: Canon EOS R Specifications and the Canon EOS R5 Advanced User Guide (English) - page 319