Well, it was @A_Person that mentioned the need for cloud processing, and in the case of Blink cameras, I 100% agree. I think I have been consistent about that.
I’m trying to point out that for a battery powered camera that has a PIR motion sensor, it’s unlikely that adding a motion zone feature is “easy.”
Your d-link camera likely is plugged in to power all the time, am I correct? And it probably has a software feature built-in that processes the camera feed and decides whether motion is occurring, which then triggers a recording, not a PIR motion sensor (again please correct me if I’m wrong).
Bottom line, I believe your prior experience with a different camera is likely inapplicable to Blink cameras.
Edit: I’m as annoyed about the hypersensitivity issue as everyone else. But I tend to think it’s an inherent limitation of using PIR motion sensors with a camera outdoors. I’m hopeful that Blink releases this supposed firmware fix that’s been mentioned for months now but so far hasn’t happened. It’s possible they’re just incompetent, but I think it’s more likely that this is a difficult issue to solve.