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Dropcam Tripod Mount

by Reuben, published

Dropcam Tripod Mount by Reuben Dec 24, 2012
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Very much a work in progress. I'm still adjusting the ring where the camera goes.

Update 12/25/2012 - Updated files are mk2

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This thing will eventually be two parts. One that screws to the shoe and one that holds the camera. The two will be joined by a piece of 3mm filament. Or at least thats the plan so far.

Print this thing however you want, put your Dropcam camera on it and fasten to your tripod shoe.

Update 12/25/2012 -

I printed these in two parts. Assembly is: insert tab-A into slot-B and align with a gentle tap of a hammer or putty knife handle.

Tweaking of the ring that holds the camera continues.

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what is the inside diameter of the ring? 2 and 1/4?
thanks

I found that a diameter of 46mm (1.811 inches) was about right.

thanks!

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