Mounting Brackets With Swivel for Logitech C270 and C920 Web Camera

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Mounting Brackets With Swivel for Logitech C270 and C920 Web Camera by patshead May 19, 2015
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These various arms, tilts, swivels, and brackets can be used to mount a Logitech C270 or C920 webcam to an articulated arm from an IKEA Tertial work lamp. The weighted stand on on either webcam must be removed--the extra weight sure does wobble the arm!

The holes are all size for M3 screws. The Logitech C270/C310 camera is attached to the mount with an M3 screw. The Logitech C920 just snaps into place.

I am also using my adapter to attach the IKEA lamp to my "Mount It!" brand monitor stand.

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Having trouble getting the 270/310 clip on the back of my camera. What did you use to bolt it back on? The stock plastic bolt is too long and sticks out, and also the mount doesn't line up well enough to even get it through anyway. Did you just run a tiny metric bolt through it?

Yes, I believe I ran a tiny metric bolt through the hole. I don't have any C270 cameras here at home anymore to verify this, though! I most likely used an M3 pan head, because I always have a box of those on hand.

I remember that the rounded piece only just barely fits. I didn't have a lot of leeway there, because I needed the 3D printed side to be thick enough to not break.

Good to know! I made do with a self tapping sheet metal I had on hand to go from the mount to the long arm, and a zip tie is currently holding it onto the camera until I can run by the store for a M3.

Looking at a bunch of camera mounts right now. This isn't applicable for my application but it's still bad-ass.