So I searched and found nothing recently. I just wonder if there are settings buried anywhere that allow you to change when the cameras start recording after motion is detected. I have three Eufy 2C Pro configured and I notice that they only start recording in the Home application 30-45 seconds after motion detection, compared to almost immediately when I test and configure them with the Eufy application. This seems especially true in humans, although I had a strange cat that walked and seems to record some kind of pre-roll and has 2-3 seconds of recording before the moment the movement was detected. With those very few exceptions, the clips start with someone right in the middle of the frame. I have the settings for all cameras set to maximum sensitivity, I detect all movements (although switching between all movements and specific movements does not seem to make a difference) and I tried both with and without activity areas turned on.
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