Aerial Vista Security Camera w/Motion for Raspberry Pi
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This is a camera shell for a Raspberry Pi camera. With the Motion program it is a quick and easy installation. This first model is not set for IR lights but I will make a second version that does so that you can use either pi camera.
Here is a link to a tutorial by user (GUS) on how to set up Motion on your Raspberry Pi.
Update: The wall mount files have been added
http://www.instructables.com/id/3d-Printed-Raspberry-Pi-Security-Camera/ go here for instructions and to vote on my instructable
I printed with PETG but it can be printed with most anything. Some parts need support to print. I also use a brim. The support is minimal.
This is a work in progress so I need to finish placing the countersunk screw holes in the mounting base.
I realized that I have drawn this for the sainsmart NOIR camera so I will add a version 2 that is for the official Picam.
I used m3 8mmstainless button heads all around except two black socket caps for the rpi because they are cheaper and a stainless socket cap m3 20mm on the base. The camera housing to base connection is an M4 20mm.
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