Bumping a Camera 3'-4' Off a Building

Good Morning!

I have a client that wants to be able to remotely view his hanger doors without placing any cameras inside. The doors are recessed, and any of the standard placements we tried have IR washout issues at night. At this point we feel the best solution is to bump the camera off the building, but I can't find any pre-made brackets to do this with. We are using Hik/LTS turrets, and I've considered modifying a PTZ parapet bracket, but it's not quite 3' and would still require some substantial modifications. Anyone aware of a generic solution? Thanks for the help!

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