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  1. #1 GEMINI Sensor Temperature ISSUE 
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    Yesterday my Gemini get crazy Hot mostly was in
    57/57/ or 60/60 with the "T" on red color, my Fans was on 39. Adaptive mode, & the temperature of my office was on 66 Fahrenheit i just leave the camera warm up like 30 minutes & never change the sensor temperature.

    im upgrade the firmware & see if that would works but noting change.

    I decide to run a Blackshading on this temperature 57/60
    i know is to bad but at least i get back the "T & E" on green.

    Any way o shot some test here is the link below if you guys want take a look, if would be safe to keep the sensor on that temperature?

    Any advice let me know

    Thanks!

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    http://www.reduser.net/forum/attachm...1&d=1586714066

    Footage: https://we.tl/t-ewUhdMXlAU



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    On my Dragon I put 46c callibration temp.
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    I also had a similar problem with Gemini, but it was a day in full sun and very hot.
    I think I also detached all the modules. I do not remember........
    I think I reset the whole camera, canceled all the blackshading and made a manual 180 degree shutter at a temperature of 42-43 degrees.

    Does this problem do it both connected to the power and to the battery?
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    Hey Luigi, the issue is on it no matter if i use the Battery or DC Power, how do you fix it?

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    If the "T" indicator is going red then you're out of the recommended temperature range and may have issues.

    It's probably worth submitting a ticket at support.red.com to run a log file by RED.
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