It could be that the monitor was installed upside-down; other than that, check the settings on whatever device your feeding video to the screen with- a PC, a DVD player? It might have rotation settings.
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When the viewport is completely flipped around so you can see it when you are looking at the lens, it automatically flips it upside down so it is right side up to the viewer. Make sure it is locked into the correct position to prevent this from happening.
You did not mention what type of camera it is. Most camcorders are meant to work with the screen turning 180 degrees to face the other side so that you can remotely take pictures of yourself while you can see yourself. This if your camera gets stuck to that position when you turn back your screen then it shows upside down. One trick is for you to reset your camera or turn your screen to 180 degrees and then switch it off and then on again. Turning your screen back to see what happens this might help.
Try connecting it to a different computer. If it's upside-down on another computer, then the panel is probably mounted upside-down. If it can be removed from the stand, remove it and see if it can be mounted the other way.
If it's correct on another computer, then your graphics settings are incorrect. Assuming you're running Windows, go to Display Properties, Settings tab, click Advanced button, look for a tab describing your video adapter (usually ATI or NVIDIA). In the video adapter's setup there is usually a Rotation option. The rotation option may be set to 180-degrees instead of Normal or 0-degrees.