Planning the site around the dome I hope to build in the coming weeks. I operate remotely (200 feet or so away inside a building. So I can't see the dome from where I operate.) In my situation, would you put one of those Wyze 3 surveillance cameras on a 10-foot pole out in front of your observatory, maybe 4 feet or so away, so you could observe dome rotation and look at the outside of the dome? Or is that overkill. (Those wyze 3 cameras see in the dark with their infrared lights.) That's a tiny piece of the sky that I would be giving up -- the height of the pole -- and the width of the surveillance camera -- which is about a 2-inch block. Maybe it's not worth the interruption in the sky?