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Dome Camera?

I'm looking into picking up a POE Dome Camera for my Great Room and had a question. The low voltage Gang box is located on a vaulted ceiling, just past the peak of the wall. If I flush mount the camera will a tilting camera be able to get a level view of the room. I've never purchased/installed one, just don't want to return the camera for a bullet style.

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This is the best view of the camera's location & angle.

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Yes, a dome will be fine with that. You can adjust it to compensate for that.
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Yes, a dome will be fine with that. You can adjust it to compensate for that.
I have a dome camera mounted in a similar scenario as the original poster.
He should be good.
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I have a dome camera mounted in a similar scenario as the original poster.
He should be good.
Thanks for the help!
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