3D Printed Dome Camera Rain Guard Shield!

ilovecoffee

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Hey guys,

Check this out! While I know typically it's probably best to use a bullet cam in an uncovered horizontal mounting location... I had a good samaritan design this for me from a Facebook group (My CAD skills are brutal)

3D printed in PETG Plastic which is very weather resistant (I have a few outdoor things that have stood a couple Canadian winters already)





 
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TonyR

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Great design: rimmed cap bill to add rigidity plus channel water toward wall and then down, also likely minimizes water dripping in cam's FOV; rear flanged kicked up to allow adding to existing cam without having to dismount cam. Smart!
 

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Great design: rimmed cap bill to add rigidity plus channel water toward wall and then down, also likely minimizes water dripping in cam's FOV; rear flanged kicked up to allow adding to existing cam without having to dismount cam. Smart!
It should also help with sun glare!
 

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Hey guys,

Check this out! While I know typically it's probably best to use a bullet cam in an uncovered horizontal mounting location... I had a good samaritan design this for me from a Facebook group (My CAD skills are brutal)

3D printed in PETG Plastic which is very weather resistant (I have a few outdoor things that have stood a couple Canadian winters already)

Here it is on Thingiverse if you'd like to print it yourself:
CCTV IP Dome Security Camera Rain Snow Shield Guard by darkcrow101




your second video...whatt cam is that? the video quality is soooo smooth.
 
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