I am anxiously awaiting the arrival of my 6D - it will be my first DSLR. Not my first SLR by a long shot. I've been taking pix for over 40 years using all manor of Nikon film and medium format cameras but, when I got out of photography for work and the world was changing to digital, I passed and have just used point-and-shoots for personal use since.
All that is by way of introduction as I am new to the forum. I'm sure I will have other 6D questions later. I have downloaded and read the manual cover to cover and made notes of how I want to configure the camera initially tho, so hopefully not too many questions
My question for now is about heat. I have a habit of taking my camera with me most places and storing in the center arm-restish (is that a word?) compartment of my car. Out of view, out of direct sun light, available but I'm not committed to carrying it everywhere.
It can get hot in the summer (east coast US). If it is 100+ degrees out, will the camera have a problem with the heat? Will the heat cause damage? The manual (yes I read it but certainly may have missed a few, or more than a few things) says avoid direct sunlight, but I'm still nervous about cooking my new $X,XXX camera.