On the peak of the Leonid Meteor Showers, I captured a “trio” of meteors (I think) streaking through the sky at 11:49 p.m. CST last night (11/16) on my new Wyze V3 cam in a single Wyze App event.
The 3 meteors actually triggered a “motion event” which was stored under the V3’s App Events.
As part of the day long Wyze Career Day, I won the V3 which was delivered last week. And I posted a few meteors I captured the night before the meteor shower was supposed to peak. But nothing as impressive as this video.
I was absolutely floored when I woke up this morning to check my “EVENTS” and found this trio of meteors traveling on a wide arc across the sky. I was absolutely amazed that the V3 had an all-new Starlight Sensor that could trigger an event so high in the night sky.
Thanks to @Bam for suggesting earlier to increase the V3 sensitivity to max to capture video events. I had EVENT RECORDING toggled on. NIGHT VISION “On.” NIGHT VISION IR LIGHTS “Off”. CAMERA STATUS LIGHT toggled “Off”. CONTINUOUS LOCAL RECORDING to an SD card toggled on. (There are a lot of new settings on the V3 I’ve yet to master.)
I need more of these cameras and am really excited about it! Super impressed with the improved performace.
@WyzeGwendolyn @WyzeDongsheng @WyzeDave @WyzeMark If you want to use this video to sing the praises of the Starlight Sensor in ads or webpages, you have my permission (for some Wyze swag, of course) (ok, really, I don’t need swag!) (But then again, I do wear XL … Wyze sweatshirt would be nice. Maybe a Wyze wool beanie. Some socks. It’s really cold here now) (I since I had to venture out into the cold to place the indoor/outdoor/plug in V3 positioned straight up to capture the night sky) (Hey, they say a picture is worth a thousand words) (Yes, I’m begging.)