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3D Camera Stand for Raspberry pi

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A Simple Servo controlled Camera mount

This holds a Raspberry pi Camera v2 with a snap on back, easy to snap into place and the camera ribbon stays clear of the mechanics. This allows a full range of video or pic's. Up, down and pan while you are watching from where ever you want.
Limited only by the range of your servos and your ability to program. (Im pretty limited lol). I use python to remotely move them.. Im still learning.

2 types of Camera mounts, 1 for solid servo connection which needs the servo screws and the other for use with simple padded double sided sticky tape.

I included 2 sizes of platform type stands to use. Each have different size of hole for the servo to mount to. I used TPU or Ninjaflex, Nylon so it stretches over the servo and screws on tight with a washer so the screw doesn't pull through when tightening it. I suspect you could use PLA but it's not very forgiving. V2 has a larger mounting hole than V3. I have not tried it with PLA.

Other than the servo screws that come with the servos there is no hardware needed.

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