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Mount 2.5x Camera?

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Sep 9th, 2013
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I see the following in the user guide, however I hav several SX20 camera mounts and I see no way of mounting this camera on them.  I will say that my SX20 camera mounts are somewhat older, we go them when the SX20s first started shipping, so unless they have changed with the release of the 2.5x camera....


"The camera can be mounted on a screen with the camera bracket

that is part of the SX20 Quick Set bundle, or it can stand on an

even surface. The image flips automatically."


Thank you,

Justin Ferello
Technical Support Specialist
KBZ, a Cisco Authorized Distributor
http://www.kbz.com
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Correct Answer by Wayne DeNardi about 3 years 11 months ago

Check out the Installation Sheet (http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/telepresence/endpoint/quick-set-sx20/installation_guide/sx20_quick_set_installation_sheet_for_web.pdf).


There are two brackets - one for Option A (12x) and B (4xS2) cameras, and the other one for the Option C (2.5X) camera.

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Wayne DeNardi Mon, 09/09/2013 - 17:27
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Check out the Installation Sheet (http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/telepresence/endpoint/quick-set-sx20/installation_guide/sx20_quick_set_installation_sheet_for_web.pdf).


There are two brackets - one for Option A (12x) and B (4xS2) cameras, and the other one for the Option C (2.5X) camera.

Justin Ferello Mon, 09/09/2013 - 18:57
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Wayne,


Thanks for the link, I did not think to look in the SX20 install guide, duh!  As I thought, a different mount than the other cameras.  Cisco should be a little more specific in the camera user guide :)


Thanks,

Justin

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