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My camera takes pics without any movement infront of it. I set it up in my closet and it still took pics at random over the 30 minutes in there it took 17 pics. Longest time in between pics was 9 minutes. Is there a way to fix the sensitivity?

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Scroll thru setup menu and make sure you don't have it in time lapse mode...if it is, it will automatically take a pic every whatever time time lapse is set for.If it is, set to default and reprogram.

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