Last Updated on January 14, 2023
Blink cameras are designed to record when they sense motion. The purpose of this is to give you a way to review any activity that took place while your Blink system was disarmed. If you find that your Blink camera is recording when it shouldn’t be, there are a few possible reasons why.
When you disarm your Blink security camera, it enters a “standby” mode where it is still recording video, but not transmitting that footage to the Blink servers. The purpose of this standby recording is so that if your camera is ever triggered while disarmed (for example, by a burglar breaking into your home), you will still have a record of the event. This feature can be very useful in catching criminals and helping to solve crimes.
-Why Does the Blink Camera Record When Disarmed
The Blink Camera is designed to record when disarmed in order to provide a security feature for the home. If there is an intruder, the camera will be able to capture footage of the event and provide it to authorities. This helps to protect the home and its occupants from potential harm.
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Blink cameras are designed to record video footage when they detect motion. However, some users have reported that their Blink cameras continue to record even when they are disarmed. There are a few possible explanations for this.
One possibility is that the camera is detecting heat signatures from objects in the room, even when there is no movement. Another possibility is that the camera may be picking up reflections from windows or mirrors in the room. If you are concerned about your Blink camera recording when it is disarmed, you can try adjusting the sensitivity settings or moving the camera to a different location.