- Mar 10, 2014
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Yes, the design of this turret is not as flexible as other turrets I've had. Most turrets let you rotate with 3 degrees of freedom. With the Annke/Hik it is only 2 degrees of freedom. I wall mounted mine, which means it can't be panned left and right; it can only point straight out. But that is fine because the view angle is 180° so any angle other than straight out would just make it see a lot of the wall it is mounted on.I'm late to the party can anyone tell me about mounting this Annke turret camera?
Going by a review on youtube there is no way to make adjustments if the camera is not mounted on a perfectly flat service. Where the dahu T180/empiretech can be adjutsed.
Like, pretend the camera is this airplane.
If you wall-mount the camera, then you don't have a Yaw Axis.
If you ceiling mount the camera, then you don't have a Roll axis.