Help finding a wall bracket for a Dahua bullet IPC-B5442T-ASE to see around a corner

mat-with-one-t

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HI all. Have a look at my dodgy drawing. I've installed a bunch of cams with no issues. This one needs to be mounted on a side wall, but "see" around the corner. I have a matching mounting baseplate PFA130-E, however it will bring the base of the cam (circular plate) off the wall by only about 30mm, and I'd need maybe min 100mm to achieve the angle I need. I could knock something up to "extend" from the wall plate to the cam, but messy and would invite water (it's outside and quite exposed).
Any thoughts?
Cheers, Mat

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Could I possibly use one of these?

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So above wall mount, then attach the cam's round mounting plate (or add in the PFA130-E if needed to make it fit), and put a 90deg bend in the cam's adjustment so it points out flat (as per drawing, but with cam's mounting plate parallel to ground)? Does that make sense? Mat
 
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TonyR

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How about a 1/2" pulling elbow near the cam, connected with a short, galvanized steel 1/2" rigid nipple threaded into the rear of the junction box on the back of the cam, then another galvanized steel 1/2" rigid piece from the the other end of the elbow to the floor flange which is bolted to the vertical surface/mount on the building?

These below are U.S.- based stores but you can find at hardware stores in your area I'm sure.

Halex 1/2-in Aluminum Pull Elbow Conduit Fittings

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Mueller Proline 1/2-in dia Galvanized Floor Flange

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Thanks but I can't fix anything to front wall (therein lies the issue), so can't use a corner bracket....
 

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Maybe this parapet mount might be suitable, with a bit of modification?

Typically it mounts on the roof to the back side of a facade. But it looks like the flange can readily mount to the wall
 
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