Hello! I'm setting up some wired cameras for the first time (to replace some Arlo wireless cameras that are total garbage). I've poked around here and other places for best practices, and I just wanted to get a final plan in place for the new cameras. I'm considering either some Unifi G3-PRO's, or maybe some Amcrest UltraHD 4K bullet cameras. Which camera I choose isn't necessarily important. Anyways, my current cameras are installed into the side of the house (see picture). Because they're 100% wireless, this isn't a problem. However, I'm worried that I wont easily be able to do the same thing with a wired camera (I assume that there's some brick behind this part). With this in mind, I was planning on mounting them to the soffit. The picture here shows my current setup, and what the soffit looks like. Basically, 2 cameras are on the same face of the house, pointed in such a way that they overlap a little bit. I'm not sure if this is the configuration I want to keep with the new cameras, but it shouldn't matter much. I'm open to suggestions, but my primary question is: What is the best way to mount a (likely heavy) bullet camera to the soffit? The angled nature of my roof makes it quite hard to see what's behind the soffit from within the attic; I don't know if there's a gap and plywood, or just empty space, etc. Also, if you look closely enough, there are some nails in the soffit, so I don't know how easy it would be to install from outside of the house. From some research, it looks like it's best to nail in a 2x4 in the attic and then attach the camera into that 2x4, through the soffit? I want to make the smallest possible footprint in the soffit/siding as possible, considering I don't want to have to patch up a large hole if I choose to move, for example. Any help is appreciated! If the answer really depends on what's behind the soffit, then I can try to get up in the attic and selfie stick some pictures.