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Right now my camera tracks persons during "off hours" and I don't want that.If the sensitivity/"off mode of tracking" is not implemented or working I'm suggesting maybe a standby mode?During these hours the camera goes to sleep.Or, going to another spot (facing a wall or something).The second suggestion maybe can be useful for other users with special security needs during specific hours during day or night?Example: During night the camera checks the gate/driveway. During the day it turns to check a entrance door. Maybe useful with different zoom depending on the time of the day.
@stoffe-xx_501804896973001 Now that for the auto-tracking, you can turn off this feature in the alarm settings and it can be chosen to track person/vehicle. For your second suggestion, now you can set up the guard point and it will return to the guard point for a certain time. You can try to know the setup of the guard point in this article, https://support.reolink.com/hc/en-us/articles/4406268435097-How-to-Set-up-Guard-Point-in-Reolink-Client-New-Client-.For the suggestion of the schedule, I will record your demand. Thank you for your suggestion!
@reolink-fiona Manually toggle tracking on/off is not the ideal use for me. The idea is to either make it possible with schedule or make it don't track when sensitivity is set to 1 (or 0 if implemented) during a period of time.Guard point is for X seconds, I'm suggesting it be working for several hours straight, also by schedule maybe?Or settings like: at 10:00 go to X, at 06:00 go to Y.
Yes, adding a sleep mode would be very useful to deactivate the camera when we have done work or when we are in the garden in good weather without the camera following us constantly.
@philippe Thank you for your good idea.
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