Please visit this website as well: https://support.ring.com/hc/en-us/articles/115003477106-Understanding-and-Optimizing-Motion-Detection-with-Motion-Frequency. "Frequent: This setting minimizes the system's sensitivity to repetitive motion and by default will tend to react to each motion it detects as a discrete event. If it does detect repetitive motion, it also eliminates the system's sleep time before the next round of scanning. This setting is useful for areas that get minimal traffic such as back and side yards or for areas that require heightened security. While it will drain the batteries faster than other settings, it also provides the most coverage for an area. This setting is also useful when adjusting your motion settings." You can change the Motion Frequency by going to Device Settings > Motion Settings > Motion Frequency. Since the feature to choose recording duration is not yet available, which I hope they will add in the feature, you can use this setting to record continuous motion on 30-second video clips instead. @BDR54935 wrote: Please pass this along to the team. Users would like to control the recording time. I understand battery powered cams are 30 seconds to save battery life, but a lot of the time 30 seconds is not enough to catch suspicious activity. I have multiple batteries and I have no problem swapping them out more just so I can record longer videos. Other brands of cameras allow you to do it. Why cant Ring?
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You can see the 2nd Gen Stick Up Cameras by visiting this website: https://shop.ring.com/. You can also click "Products" at the top of the homepage instead of hovering and choosing "Security Cams". Hope this helps.
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