Set light brightness by motion

Cupertino, October 5, 2021

I bought some Philips Hue Econic outdoor lights to replace around my garage door. I already have a Logitech Circle camera overseeing the driveway. What I want to do is to have the lights brighten at night to 100% when motion is detected but eventually dim back to 70/50% depending on the time of night. I’ve figured out the first part, but it looks like the only option afterward is to turn the light off after a set number of minutes. Does anyone have an idea on how to sim the lights after a few minutes or is my only option going to be either leaving them brighter or turning them off?

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