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February 11, 2014 - 5:52 pm
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Can this camera flip the image 180 degrees?  I want to mount this camera on a wall pointed downwards but would have to flip the image upside down to make it work. 

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Ok, I guess I'm being way to gentile with this camera.  I kept working with it and now see that it will rotate all the way around.

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If you plan on wall mounting this camera, you may want to consider this: http://www.securitycameraking......-prd1.html otherwise you may end up with Infra Red bounce back from inside the housing. 

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Does this wall mount allow for a conduit to be run to it?  If you had to run the cable inside a conduit to get to this mount how would you connect the two together?

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This mount will allow you to run a conduit to the top and bottom sides of it but keep in mind that you would need a Unitbit to make your hole. Size would be either 1/2" or 3/4". Keep in mind that you need to make the connections weather proofIMG_48621.JPGImage Enlarger

. You can also use a junction box 2x4 and attached the supplied bracket to the junction box. I have attached some images for you.

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