I have a camera inside my house works great. I had my car broken into in my driveway the other night! (I live in a very safe somewhat rural area).
So I bought another Wyze pan camera to put in my upstairs bedroom window so I can see the car, yard, and barn. Works great, except it doesn’t work at night (which is when car was broken into). When I use it at night I guess the night vision shines off the window and all I see is the reflection of the camera.
I did read the other questions that are similar to mine and some people have used a case on Amazon but it’s clearly not fully waterproof. I wish I knew how the camera was holding up with this case:
I have 2 Wyze Cams mounted outside (I have steel siding so the magnet mount works great). They are somewhat protected by my large overhanging eaves. They have worked non-stop for over 6-months now. I just clean off the cob/spider webs every month or so.
I bought those protective cases, they are poorly made, poorly fitting, and really offer no substantial protection. YMMV.
For what it is worth, you just need a IR light source outside, and that would fix your glare problem. (Yes, IR gets reflected by glass).
If you want the IR filter though, you need to block the cam’s own IR LEDs, there are several ways to do that, depends on how drastic you want to get. Anything from taping over them to cutting the LEDs.
Having said that, you still won’t get a clear image if they are moving quickly.
I have exterior outlets on all sides of our house. The outlets have large plastci covers them so the USB chargers are protected. Link provided below and they also make a cover for 4-outlet receptcles.
I have 8 Wyze Cams v2, 2 on each side, so I have pretty much 360-degree coverage around my house.