Didn’t realize I commented on this in February, sure would be nice to have it. What gives Canary?
Thank you Chris N! One of mine hangs from an eve upside down. So 180° would be fab.
One other is mounted sideways. But I have the canary sorta tilted upright. So like 30° could be helpful but certainly not necessary.
Image rotation gives Canary flex more options for outdoor placement (Ceilings). With this added function, flex can be mounted upside down in outdoor metal Ceilings instead of drilling holes on the sidings or walls.
I am going to merge your topic with another similar feature request to keep these ideas together. Thanks for your feedback!
@Zev thats a great idea. Thanks for posting the link to the merged topic. Super helpful.
And this topic is still talked about with no fix, what a let down.
I ended up just making an L bracket and mounting it that way. Doesn’t look pretty, but it gets the job done.
They could at least make the housing magnetic on both ends so you can mount the camera either way. And design an adapter for those of us who have the older version
I’m actually pretty impressed there isn’t a solution to this yet. Where the flex is touted as a “mount anywhere, 360°” option, it’s amazing there isn’t even the simplest of rotation options for video viewing in the 90° increments.
I was stoked to get my flex and mount it from an overhang.
If you can’t get it changed on the software side (which should be incredibly easy), then you should fix it on the manufacturing side where the lens can be rotated by the user.
If it weren’t so common that phones didn’t auto rotate, I could just hold it upside down and watch the inverted video, but this seems to exemplify the ease with which video play can be rotated…