Due to large amount of processing required for high resolution or high frame rate encoding, the Ninja V screen and enclosure can get very warm during use. This is completely normal and expected behaviour. The Ninja has various safety features designed to manage the thermal performance of the unit. However, we would advise to use caution when using the product in high ambient temperatures and at high screen brightness. Particularly when fully touching the product to swap the battery or SSD media. Please be aware to keep the product well ventilated and not to obstruct or block the air vents.
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