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Hello,I am interested in buying protective housing for my RLC-410 cameras but as I have no prior experience with protective housing, I don't quite understand how to mount the camera in the housing. I saw that most of the protective cases have rails inside on which the camera is mounted. However, RLC-410 does not have any mounting option to such rail.Has anyone done it and can assist? In addition, can anyone recommend please a protective housing case in which RLC-410 will fit well inside?Thanks.
It may help people respond if you can give a more detailed explanation of what the housing is intended to accomplish. As you have already discovered, Reolink bullet cameras are weather resistant and are designed to be mounted to a structure so that the power/communication/reset cable will pass through the mounting bracket and into the structure. Protective housings seem to be designed around people using common indoor CCTV cameras. (Really expensive housings provide heating or cooling, but that seems like overkill for a $60 camera.)Reolink users have put cameras in a lot of places, so there is a good chance that someone has come up with a solution that might work for you. So, what do you need that the camera does not provide?
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