This is borne of my not wanting to have a light on in the room when I'm printing. So, I'm running an infrared camera with it's own lighting. This is the one I used:
Raspberry Pi 3 Night Vision Fisheye Camera 5MP OV5647 130 Degree Focal Adjustable Camera for Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Plus
The main design I based this on, "Raspberry Pi IR Camera Mount" by MonkeyBear", had the correct openings for the lights, but they were too far apart. A bit of a remix fixed that.
Then I used a bit from the "T-slot V-slot Universal camera mount :CR10, tevo tornado, ender 3 logitech c270 c920, picamera, gopro, action camera , prusa mk3, others" to add the mounting bit that's compatible with the bed mount I use with my Ender 3 Pro, "Ender 3 bed camera mount logitech c270,pi camera,gopro,action camera, holder(BETA TESTING finished)"
It works a treat, as the 2nd image shows.:)
This should be an easy, straightforward print... you should be fine at 0.2mm layer height too.
If you want supports, then make sure it's set to "touching buildplate" and it'll be a-ok.
I used M3x12 (approx on the length) screws to hold it together. I recommend using a 3mm drill to drill out the screw holes in the front. The plastic in the back will bite the threads just fine.