The red lamp is lit, which is a sign that the memory full of THETA V is approaching.
Blinks as memory becomes more tighter.
Below, I wrote an article that intentionally turned on and blinked the lamp.
(I haven’t written the text properly yet, but I’ve made the video visible.)
All you have to do for that situation is to delete the data in the THETA V’s internal memory.
Connecting data to a PC is also a good choice.
You can also move it to a USB stick using the plug-in USB Data Transfer.
You can also operate from the THETA app connected by Wi-Fi.