You’ll note that your robot has two potential positions for the camera. The forward facing position is how the robot ships, but you’ll notice that right next to it on the same piece of metal are 4 mount holes. You can unscrew the camera and mount the camera on these 4 mount holes with the camera pointing straight up and the cable going through the strain relief “T” hole.
This will generally give more accurate navigation results, as the positional accuracy of the fiducial system is better in measuring lateral distance than in measuring distance away from the robot.
Make sure you use a correctly sized screw driver - the screws are, by design, quite tight. It also seems that on this batch our factory was over zealous in applying thread-locking compound.