I had a tiny GitUp sport camera I wanted to mount on various bits of photo equipment, but it didn’t come with any kind of mounting case. Long story short, some 1/8 plywood and craft foam, along with a bit of Glowforgery and…
It’s just a basic makerCase box, lined with a bit of craft foam to make things fit snug. I added cutouts so I can still get to all the buttons and ports while it’s in the case. However, it is pretty quick to just push it out the back if I need to have the camera free of the mount. The fit is nice and snug.
Perfect. See, that’s what gives me the biggest thrill, creating a solution. Same with my 3D printer, Fixtures, and brackets. I have yet to print a figurine.
Great project! Agree that practical projects are best.
Very clever and useful. I am positive we will have spin-offs of this concept.
It’s one of the coolest things about maker tech: I don’t have to order one, I can make one. I can make exactly what I want. Heady stuff.
Well done. Great execution.
I love DIY photography projects. This little case looks great!
Yeah, I remember @dan saying to his wife ‘You notice the kids are asking us to make them something instead of buy them something?’
Practical cuts always warm my heart. Nice one!
Love the idea and design. Thanks for sharing