Sensitivity for pets

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dottir
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Sensitivity for pets

Post by dottir » 22 Jun 2020, 13:09

Hi - this may be a strange question but I’m considering buying the Indoor Camera to help monitor my cat. He’s elderly and suffers from seizures, but we still want to allow him the freedom to go wherever he wants in the house without us having to stay in the same room most of the time. He often goes upstairs to lie on the bed, his favourite spot :)

Is the camera sensitive enough to movement to pick up a seizure, do you think? It is quite frantic movement for 30-60 seconds usually. Or is it sensitive only to ‘walking past the camera’ type of movement? The alternative is that I get a camera with a constant live feed and I can set that up on phone or computer next to me, if this is also possible.

GEORGzer
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Re: Sensitivity for pets

Post by GEORGzer » 22 Jun 2020, 13:44

I don't own an indoor camera but as far as I know it can detect pets, but it can't differentiate between types of movements.
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