New feature suggestion - tripod mounting and wall mounting

I would find useful a way to mount the cameras on a tripod. Also it would be nice to be able to fasten the metal base to a wall with a screw rather than with adhesive. Perhaps the easiest way would be add two holes to the metal base. A hole in the metal base for mounting to a wall using a screw. If it were counter sunk then a flat head screw could be used. Also 1/4-20 tapped hole on the edge of the metal base for mounting on a tripod. I added a 1/4-20 tapped hole to one of my metal bases.

In order to countersink the screw, the disc must be thicker than the head height of the screw. If using a 1/4"-20 flat head cap screw, the head height is about .155" so that is getting pretty thick and heavy compared to the stamped disc currently provided.

I made a steel disc with a countersunk hole for a flat head screw on a lathe, one of my wyzecams is mounted to it right now; but a 2" diameter steel disc that is .200" thick is pretty substantial.


Here is what I did to solve this problem. I just epoxied a 1/4 nut to the Metal Wyze Plate and it now screws to my tripod… The screw was a bit long, so I just used a 1/4 washer to fit nicely.