Overclocking occurs when a computer component is reset so that it runs faster than the speed specified by the manufacturer. Overclocking allows you to get more frames per second from the camera than previously possible.
You can access overclocking through the settings menu, selecting the "Advanced Settings" button, then selecting one of the 4 overclock options.
The options determine how much more processing you want to get out of the sensor, with option D providing the fastest data capturing speed with around a 35% frame rate increase
Overclocking may cause a variety of effects such as:
- mirrored ghost image
- increased power consumption
- more heat or noise from the fan.
Overclocking is a bonus feature. We make no guaranty that some or all of the overclock settings will operate acceptably on your camera in all operation conditions.