Sorta. It won't work with an "access point". However, many access points can be configured as a "client adapter", where it acts like an ethernet bridge. The big problem is that the client adapter will bridge exactly one MAC address. That means you can connect your IP Camera, but nothing else to the client adapter.
Another possibility is a "3Scum Workgroup Bridge" which does the same thing but for more than one connection. This is limited to 8 or 16 computahs and IP devices. See: 3CRWE83096A and 3CRWE675075
Yet another way is to use WDS (Wireless Distribution Something). This allows devices to simultaneously act as an infrastructure wireless access point, and a transparent wireless bridge. You would need two compatible (which means having the same chipset) routers to do the trick. A pair of WRT54G routers work tolerable. You can connect via wireless or wired to either WRT54G.