Hi Caitlyn, thank you for your reply.
The main factor here is that I am the sole user of the app and the cameras only.
I have the additional two-factor authentication assigned on my Ring account as well, so am confident that had anyone else acquired access to my account and thus my cameras, I would be aware.
The other cameras that I have as per the screenshot are Ring Stick-up cams, which I have checked event history on etc and there are no ‘oddities’ in respect of live view events on those, it’s all centred around my new floodlight cam.
I do have devices such as the Echo Show however I do not use this in association with the camera echo-system so can discount that, but I of course appreciate you offering up possible suggestions such as this.
Are there any other things that you can think of that could factor in here for a live event record to show. I mean as per my screenshot there, the one at 12:01AM, I had been asleep for at least an hour at that point - so for it to have a stamped live event marking just makes no sense. I don’t have any camera linking setup with my Ring app/setup or anything like that so am just at a loss how this keeps happening as it repeated again yesterday with phantom live event stamps. I am not overly concerned by it, just more after knowing the logic of how it could have/continues to come about