IR Camera Under An Eave Video Problems

Noticed that when mounting an IR dome underneath an eave, if not enough vertical clearance is given between the dome and the eave, the IR LEDs reflect off of the bottom of the eave and bounce back into the lens, ruining the shot. The obvious solution is to mount the camera lower on the wall to increase the vertical clearance with the bottom of the eave. However, in sites where this is not possible, are there ways to mitigate this reflection?

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