OctoPi Server for Logitech C270

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OctoPi Server for Logitech C270 by HobbyHoarder Sep 2, 2017
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iClint did a great remix of the Octopi case and added a webcam stand. Sadly, the Logitech C270 uses a different mounting system, so I remixed his design and changed the holder. I've also slimmed down the head a little.

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Nice build. Had to ream out the camera mount hole to 5/32" in order to fit the peg from the camera. Also, there's no latch/snap together mechanism for the base so it just falls off. I will try some tape but don't want to glue it if it can be helped.

Yeah, the mount holes aren't great. I've spent hours trying to combine the original mount with this one, but I just couldn't do it. I've used a tooth pick as a peg and it works great. It has just enough friction that you can turn the camera and it stays in place.