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    In Focus: How to get the most out of your Nooie Smart Cameras today

    Jan 15, 2021

    We designed Nooie cameras to be intuitive, stylish, and easy to use, but a cheat sheet is great to have for even the smartest products.

    Consider this your guide to using Nooie cameras like a pro. Trust us: These tips will improve your experience using our products, save their battery life, and help you avoid annoying and unnecessary alerts.

    Nooie Cam 360: Motion Detection

    Most indoor cameras are fixed, meaning they can only record movement in their field of vision.

    Nooie 360 is the only camera on the market that tracks horizontal motion, so if the camera is aimed at the front door and someone enters the home, the camera will automatically rotate to follow the person until they leave the room. If you never want to miss a moment of the action, make sure that the motion detecting feature is enabled and there is nothing obstructing the 360-degree field of view. (Do a test drive from the App. This happens more often than you think!)

    Nooie Cam Outdoor: Pair Near Your Router
    It will always be easier to pair a camera with the App when you are near your router. So, before you install the camera outside, we recommend that you pair it with the App inside near the router first. After a successful pairing, install it in your desired location and test it.

    Nooie Cam Indoor: Set a Schedule
    Be sure to set a schedule for sound and motion detection alerts, such as from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., or whenever you will be away from your home. Otherwise, your own sound and movement may trigger needless alerts, which can take up space on your SD card if that’s what you use to store recordings.

    Nooie Cam Doorbell: Turn on PIR
    Make sure that you turn on the passive infrared (PIR) motion detection and adjust the sensitivity settings to filter out alerts for nonhuman activity, such as a cat strolling across the yard. The doorbell is battery-powered, so unnecessary alerts may help drain the battery.