When you were inside the cam is it possible that you rotated the lens a fraction of a mm in either direction?
The lens is screwed onto the cam base attached to the board. If you turn it either way, it changes the lens distance from the aperture. That is like turning the focus ring on a camera lens. I’m not sure if Wyze cams have any thread lock on those threads to keep it from being turned.
There are posts here in the forums of users who have replaced the stock lens with aftermarket telephoto or macro lenses. Those have to be manually turned to get the correct focal length.
I think I may have . I kinda didn’t go easy on it , I used a flat head screw driver to pry it open and went a little too hard on it.
I may have to use a more sleeker knife with less pressure , I also noticed that when I opened the camera up from the inside that after I placed it all back their seems to be a rattling noise coming from inside the device
Curious if there is an update from Rulwiz.
I am however a little suspect of the advice by IEatBeans and carverofchoice. These cameras do not have any auto focus ability, they are fixed focus. Changing the aiming of the camera will have no effect.
But yes, the focus of the V2 and V3 cameras can be adjusted if you disassemble them. And yes it is a very fine adjustment. I have replaced lenses on several V2 and V3 cameras with good results. Having said that I wonder if Rulwiz may have warped/damaged the lens mount. He does not say if he specifically removed the glue on the lens or if he disassembled the entire lens mount block or not. With the small tolerances you would have to get everything back just right for it to be in optically alignment. Ask me how I know.