OK, this may be a dumb question but here goes. I have been using a Wyzecam 2 in my garage for a few months. I have a motion sensor that turns on the garage lights when it detects motion. Up until recently, the lights have only stayed on for about 30 seconds. The wyzecam would activate when the door was opened and I have always assumed that it was the motion of the door that was activating the camera. However, recently I changed the timing of the garage light such that it stays on for 15 minutes (instead of 30 seconds) after detecting motion. Now, the garage lights come on and the camera activates when the door is opened as before, but what is new is that in 15 minutes, when the lights go out, the camera will activate again, even though nothing is moving in the garage.
So, it appears that the camera sensing lights going on and off as ‘motion’ and activates. Is this normal? Is there a way to not have the camera activate simply for lights going out? I have set the sensitivity to the lowest setting. My assumption as to why this didn’t happen before is the lights going off in 30 seconds occurred before the camera had a chance to ‘reset’ and prepare for the next activation.