I highly recommend using an L Bracket with this camera –
Find both on Amazon:
This is very inexpensive camera set up at around $110 for both.
The camera has a good wide angle, but my only concern was how the camera handles ‘backlight’, or bright light from windows when entering a room.
Thanks to Ben Garcia, Leasing Specialist at Real Property Management Dallas/Ft. Worth for testing out this camera with regards to taking a video tour.
Here was the resulting video tour using the Canon PowerShot A1400.
This home didn’t have electric service connected, so there was some worry about shooting near the windows, but it handled the backlight just fine. The wide angle is sufficient – not awesome – but sufficient. To compensate, you’ll need to do some slow pans up to show things like cathedral ceilings, or the tops of kitchen counters.
The wind noise when outside can be reduced with a do it yourself windscreen. Find several videos on DIY Windscreens for Video Cameras.