Third Party Wall mount for Hikvision dome?

Johnman

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Hi
I want a wall mount for my Hikvision 2CD2142 dome camera

Reason being is I have shutter blind taking up about 1/4 of the camera view, if the camera can stick out a bit, I think it'll fix most of the problem

Check out the pics, but I dont want the typical one that Hikvision offer like this:
Hikvision Wall Mount Bracket with Junction Box to suit DS-2CD21xx Series Cameras [DS-1272ZJ-110B]

its ugly as. This is my pergola area and yeh I am pretty fussy with aesthetics for my home

I want one like the Dahua one below or similar for their turrets. Does anyone know any company who make ones like that to suit my camera?

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Check the specs on this mount at BH Photo Video and see if the diameter is big/deep enough for your cam's footprint. If so, maybe it'll work will a little bit of drilling, etc.

BTW, would the Dahua mount you showed NOT fit?

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Check the specs on this mount at BH Photo Video and see if the diameter is big/deep enough for your cam's footprint. If so, maybe it'll work will a little bit of drilling, etc.

BTW, would the Dahua mount you showed NOT fit?

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Thats the neighbours Camera not mine haha

I just saw it and im like. I need one of those to fix my issue

Thanks ill check it out
 

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I got one and fit it on. It didnt really make much difference to be honest

The camera is pointing a little further down but even if it was at the exact same angle. You can still see the shutter taking up about a 1/3 of the camera screen

:(:(

Oh well . I am not going to fuss over it much
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Could you move the mount out a bit from the brick by using 1 large or 2 small white PVC conduit sections as a stand-off, requiring also longer screws? Even if possible, would that 2" or so make the needed improvement, allowing the camera lens to be tilted down some more?
 

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Could you move the mount out a bit from the brick by using 1 large or 2 small white PVC conduit sections as a stand-off, requiring also longer screws? Even if possible, would that 2" or so make the needed improvement, allowing the camera lens to be tilted down some more?
yeh but to get the thing out of the way entirely it would need to come out a fair bit. Ill measure it tomorrow. Its probably not worth fussing over
Just thought it might of been a quick easy fix
 

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Yeah, I have a similar location with an overhang from above. You'd need to get it much farther out to clear.

Can you mount above to some of the structure that's farther out there? Or maybe better lower on the brick below and to the side of where it is now? Cam looks a little high as it is. Don't know how your cable is run.

There are the longer tubular type and other longer mounts but I don't know which fits what. Might take a look here for some ideas:

 
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Yeah, I have a similar location with an overhang from above. You'd need to get it much farther out to clear.

Can you mount above to some of the structure that's farther out there? Or maybe better lower on the brick below and to the side of where it is now? Cam looks a little high as it is. Don't know how your cable is run.

There are the longer tubular type and other longer mounts but I don't know which fits what. Might take a look here for some ideas:

Yeh the previous owner mounted it there. So there is already a decent hole in the brick work. I dont want to move it as it will show the big hole
the previous owner didnt put it in the best spot
 
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