Totally understand aspect ratio, but if app is flexible when coded, the app would compensate for the aspect ratio. It handles the ratio when a device is turned and viewing a camera.
Yes if the device is portrait then I’d expect black bars on top/bottom and when landscaped position the view would look correct.
The new doorbell cam is suppose to be such a setup…so not sure how hard it would be to trick a v1, v2, v3 cam to pretend to be a doorcam and default to a portrait position. Maybe the doorcam is a total different hardware.
If Wyze needs verification of such a large customer base that needs this feature, then send a survey out. I think majority of people have camera locations that are narrow and long (doorways, garages, enclosed rooms/patios). There are plenty of people posting these type of locations. Alternatively, some big data analysis of public available Wyze videos would likely show many users with these 90 degree positions.
For now those that have cameras positioned at 90 degrees, have to just turn it to a landscape position, position the device horizontally (like on a table), and then twist/turn it to view as a portrait on a table. Its tricky and requires getting use to…too much movement and the gyro will sense and think you want the image rotated again. May be able to lock the device to a set view.
Wyze may eventually add this as a feature to the growing service list to offset any coding expenses and eventually as a profit center.