Before you all blast me on this one, I know one should never point a camera out a window, unless your dealing with the situation I have been dealt. I am working with a customer and they have a drive up window that they would like to see the faces of the people they are transacting with. The problem is they have a window that runs the entire lenght of the drive up. mounting on the exterior the building is not going to achieve the right angle, and having anything sticking off the wall will cause a mirror slap hazard. The only way I can think to do it would be to shoot through the glass. the current security provide took the easy way out, mounted a box camera on a ceiling mount to the counter and at an angle with the window, essentially gathering forensic detail of the side of the car, and the reflection of the inside of the bank. Has anyone dealt with this before and come up with a justifyable solution?