I'm running the latest firmware on the camera, and the latest version of the video monitoring application on a Windows 7, (x64) PC. All operations are running correctly; from email alerts to sensitivity zone triggers (motion detection), to remote internet access by several users via DDNS. However, I have one very annoying issue: I have set the email attachment option for Post Capture Length to 5 seconds (Pre-Capture is at 0). The most I get in a recorded clip when the camera is triggered DURING DAYLIGHT HOURS, is 1-2 seconds. Yet at night I get no less than 5-7 seconds without issue! What gives? Why would light exposure limit the recorded segments to such (unusable) clip sizes? Is this an attachment file size issue? I'm thinking, more color/ contrast/ detail during daylight hours would most likely result in larger file sizes, hence, if I have an imposed limitation of 2MB, that MIGHT explain it (ISP=Comcast, and I have sent larger attachments via this same account). Are there attachment file size limitation settings that I can modify for this application via registry settings? Everything else is honestly beyond my expectations (mounted outside, working flawlessly), but I really would like to get 5 second clips 24/7 if that is what I have it set for... any suggestions? Thanks!