I've been a Nex 7 user for well over a year now, generally I'm quite pleased. I'm used to the video over heating. The time it takes varies. However, I shot a 4-1/2 minute video the other day then immediately went to shoot some images indoors using my HVL-F58 AM flash. The flash wouldn't go off. I checked all my settings, tried again, but the flash wouldn't work. I took off the attached flash and attempted to use the pop up flash. It also wouldn't fire. I couldn't get it to come back and was forced to shoot all my indoor shots via available light. Fortunately I had my Zeiss 24, F1.8 on. However, there went depth of field. So when I got back home a couple of hours later both flashes worked fine and have been ever since. I can only surmise that the camera over heated from the video and shut down my flash capability as a precaution. Any one have a similar experience or any comments on how I can improve the situation?