Thanks to everyone who has posted feedback, suggestions, and pictures on this topic. This is indeed something we are looking into, but as @angie said we don’t have a definitive ETA on our ability to deliver this feature.
I want to take a moment to provide a little more context about why this unfortunately isn’t as simple as just flipping the image in the video.
PIR Motion Sensor
When operating in battery mode, Canary Flex uses a PIR motion sensor to detect activity and wake up the video recording system. Our PIR activity algorithms are optimized for rightside-up placement of the Canary Flex, and modification might be needed in order to achieve acceptable performance when the device is sideways or upside-down.
As the light in the scene changes, Canary Flex automatically adjusts the exposure level of the video image for a clearer picture. The auto-exposure algorithm weights some regions of the camera’s field-of-view more heavily than others in making this calculation, and that algorithm may have to be adjusted for sideways or upside-down devices.
App Experience for Timeline and Watch Live video
Currently our video experience in the apps is based around landscape video. Supporting 90° and 270° rotation involves updating our user interface and experience across phones, tablets, and Apple TV for both Timeline and Watch Live. We want to deliver the best app experience possible for our customers and optimize for these views, and that takes time.
I hope that you find this additional information useful.