What kind of motion sensors are you using? Almost all of my Zigbee sensors are pretty fast, with a few of those (Iris v2, ST v5/2018) standing out as particularly great, but I'm talking only a dozen or two millseconds later for the ones that aren't this good--hardly noticeable to a human. Almost all of my Z-Wave ones are much slower than this, a few hundred milliseconds for some of the "better" ones and way worse for some of the bad ones--all noticeable to at least some extent. Alternatively, if the space has a door and the door operates in a predictable fashion based on the occupancy of the room, you could consider using a contact sensor instead.
The other part of this is what automation you're using to control the lights. A small app like Simple Automation Rules (formerly Simple Lighting) or Motion Lighting is likely to respond faster than a Rule Machine rule. And besides the sensor, there is the issue of the bulbs/switches you're controlling and how fast they respond. If you haven't figured out where your perceptible delay is coming from, that may be worth doing. (Personally, with Iris v2 sensors--or most of my sensors, but I have a lot of these--and Hue Bridge bulbs or groups, everything is pretty fast, despite the fact that there are several "hops" involved from the sensor to the hub, the hub to the Hue Bridge, and the Hue Bridge to the lights.)
But to answer your actual question: no.