Example of a D50 and D80 camera correctly installed on an L-Shaped Bracket (ACC-MNT-3)

D50

Begin by unboxing the camera and mount as well as laying out the necessary accessories for the install. You will need:

  • D50 out of the box
  • ACC-MNT-3 with the provided B screws
  • T10 Torx security screwdriver (Provided with camera)
  • A Phillips head screwdriver

When you remove the D50 from the box, you will notice that there is both a mounting plate (2 in picture) and a camera base plate (1 in picture)

In order to get the D50 onto the L-Shaped Bracket, we need to remove the camera mounting plate from the base plate. We do this by removing the three screws holding the dome cover to the baseplate with the T10 Torx security screwdriver. Now we need to remove the mounting plate from the base plate of the camera. To do this, get a Philips screw driver and remove the three screws holding the base plate.

Next, take the L-Shaped bracket mount as well as the three B screws provided in the ACC-MNT-3 packaging, and prepare them in the mount.

Now install the Ethernet cable through the mount pass-through.

We recommend you follow this guide when installing the ethernet cable into the camera pass-through and cable gland. Once the Ethernet cable is installed in the mount and camera pass-through, you are ready to attach the D50 camera to the L-Shaped bracket mount.

To do this, you must align the camera and mount pass-through's as well as the mount's B screws with the cameras base plate.

Slot the camera by twisting the camera to align the screws with the smaller hole. This attaches the camera to the mounting plate.

Here is a video showing this process:

Now you can finish adjusting your camera as well as properly water sealing your camera as described in this article. This is what the final product would look like:

D80

Begin by unboxing the camera and mount as well as laying out the necessary accessories for the install. You will need:

  • D80 out of the box
  • ACC-MNT-3 with the provided B screws
  • T10 Torx security screwdriver (Provided with camera)
  • A Phillips head screwdriver

When you remove the D80 from the box you will notice that there is both a mounting plate (2 in picture) and a camera base plate (1 in picture)

We need to remove the camera mounting plate. We do this by removing the three screws holding the dome cover to the camera base plate with the T10 Torx security screwdriver. Now we need to remove the mounting plate from the base plate of the camera. To do this, use a Philips screw driver to remove the three screws holding the base plate.

Next, take the L-Shaped bracket mount as well as the three B screws provided in the ACC-MNT-3 packaging, and prepare them in the mount.

Now install the ethernet cable through the mount pass-through.

We recommend you follow this guide when installing the ethernet cable into the camera pass-through and cable gland! Once the ethernet cable is installed in the mount and camera pass-through you are ready to attach the D80 camera to the L-Shaped bracket mount.

To do this, align the camera, mount pass-through, and the mount's B screws with the cameras base plate.

Slot the camera by twisting the camera to align the screws with the smaller hole. This attaches the camera to the mounting plate. Here is a video showing this process:

Now you can finish adjusting your camera as well as properly water sealing your camera as described in this article. This is what the final product would look like:

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