Something interesting is happening with my 2 Cam v3 Spotlights. I have one v3 Cam on each front corner of the house pointing in opposite directions. Each on of the cameras has the Spotlight accessory. So, for each one I have the setting turned on when at night there is motion the spotlight will turn on. What’s happening is, when one turns off, the other spotlight picks up the motions of the other one turning off, then turns back on. So, essentially both cameras are going back and forth, turning spotlights on and off each time one turns off.
I have tried playing with the detection sensitivity settings, but I don’t want to go too low, because then I am going to miss motion in areas that I want to be able to pick up with the cameras. So, then I decided to check into the detection zone, but seeing as the area the camera is picking up when the spotlight turns off, always varies depending on other lights, or time of time. If I cut the detection zone down to miss the spotlights turning off and triggering the other one to turn on, I’ll now miss a lot of detection and have to cut half of the field of view out.
Interested to see if anyone is having the same issue.