@fresno Unfortunately that image is on the poorer side of the spectrum. Your housing is definitely reflecting up the IR - that’s why the perimeter of the image is so light and the center so dark. It’s similar to looking out the window of a lit room at night - all of the light is bouncing around inside the room, and very little is able to escape through the window, bounce off objects, and return to your eye.
I see that you’ve positioned the camera so that it is recessed a bit in the housing - which is good thinking for the purpose of protecting the camera from debris and solar glare, but it creates the contrast problem present in your image. Like, I can’t tell if the tree on the right is in your yard or the yard across the street, or if the tree in your yard has any leaves on it, or if that’s a manhole, something just laying in your yard, or a spot with no grass. It’s pretty bad.
Your setup would be greatly enhanced and complemented by a low light camera rather than an infrared camera. Or, likely even by disabling IR on your Wyze camera altogether. I managed a company that distributed security and surveillance equipment for a while, and can attest to the fact that many people setup a camera and jump straight into IR mode without first seeing how the camera performs in low lighting, without IR.
In almost all cases, a low light camera (perhaps your Wyze with no IR) plus an outdoor light will yield a better image than IR. Give it a shot and let us know what you think.