Looking for some help and ideas when mounting the camera to a wall.
What size hole do you drill through your wall to pass through the Ethernet cable when mounting the camera? How is it recommended to water seal the hole? I’m going to need to mount the camera to stucco, so the surface isn’t even flat which doesn’t help, although theoretically I could sand the stucco (perhaps?) to level it out before mounting. I’m going to be mounting the camera half way up a wall so it’s not protected from the rain by any overhang of the roof. I’m wondering if people generally push through the 12" attached Ethernet cable through the hole into your home, and either then fill the hole with sealant, or use some rubber seal around the camera mount when clamping to the wall. Or whether people run the Ethernet cable out of the house and connect it to the camera on the outside of the house, although that leaves a loop of the cable visible outside the house or a junction box, either of which feels less elegant.
Also, once mounted, does the camera’s ball joint provide 360 degree rotation, and up to 90 degrees bend at the ball joint? Or does it even go beyond 90 degrees a little?