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How do the RLC-820A and RLC-520A cameras work if they are mounted on the wall and need to rotate to one side to be able to view, say, a door on that same wall? Can it rotate that far and if so, is the camera still right side up (or at least fully upside down so I edit in NVR)?Can't find any video showing it view a wall that way. If not, I will just get the RLC-810A bullet version.Thanks!
The RLC-820A has a viewing angle of 87 degrees horizontally. So it would have to rotate 46 degrees for the wall to be at the edge of the picture. I know that bullet cameras can do that, but am not confident that dome cameras can. You are smart to think this through before purchasing.
Thank you and yeah I confirmed the bullet cams can. But I did see an old video of the RLC-420 and it seems to be a ball in the housing that can rotate freely once mounted and found a video of it in a similar placement I am going for. Is that the case with the 520 and the 820? I think it would work if there are no restrictions rotating the turret camera inside the housing, or can it only move slightly up and down / left and right? If I can rotate freely while wall-mounted, turn 46 degrees like you said, and then rotate so the "top" of the camera is correct (not sideways), then we should be good.If I have to just buy one of each first to try it out, I will and then I can buy more of what works best. Thanks!
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