Applies to: Reolink RLC-423, RLC-423WS.
Note: The cameras only can cruise in one direction--clockwise.
In this article, we set presets 1-5 as shown in the picture below, and the original position of the camera, we name it as 0°.
In your mind, the camera should go to Preset 1 from 0° directly, and then proceed preset 2-5 in the way (showing as the arrows below).
However, as we said previously, the camera only moves in one direction-- clockwise, thus it will move from 0° to preset 1 in this way as shown below (pay attention to the arrows' direction).
Then move from preset 1 to preset 2.
Move from preset 2 to preset 3.
And then proceed preset 4 & 5.
Finally, if you don't stop cruise, it will start the next routine from preset 5 to preset 1 and repeat the previous steps above.
This is how the cruise works and the reason for designing it in this way is that the camera can correct its cruise calculation only when a full rotation is finished. Thus this is not the camera's fault or firmware's flaw.