What I don't like - The cameras don't act consistently!
Motion sensors don't seem to work every time. A car comes out and comes back later. The
the camera sees it twice or only once or not at all. It's totally unpredictable.
When I look at the camera live and see something I want to cut, I can't cut. If the camera doesn't see him, he's gone.
When switching from notification to view, the cursor is sometimes placed at the end of all clips, not the clip for which the notification was.
The clip sequence is messy. Run together. Sometimes they overlap and the sign of the beginning of a new day is missing. They also list instead of one sign for each clip.
The clips end while the movement clearly continues. It should last a second or two beyond the end of motion detection.
If I want to send feedback so that the developer can see that a large turkey is defined as a person, no feedback is provided in the list of options.
12-27-21 11:54 I show myself putting seeds on an empty rail. The next clip at 12:59 shows that all the seeds are gone. What happened to them? Why didn't the camera show anything?
The rooms do not respond often and must be removed from the house and reinstalled. Sometimes it resets, and sometimes it needs to be disconnected / reconnected in order to be reset. Doesn't the camera have error codes that can be fixed programmatically?
The program does not appear to be tested well at all.
I don't think Apple takes support for Logitech cameras seriously as security devices.
My experience with HomeKit and Logitech disappoints me and doesn't live up to Apple's expectations of 2 new iPhones, 4 iPads, a new MacBook Pro and an older MacBook Air, an Apple TV, and two Home iPads. Bridges.
Can you help?
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