NEW PRODUCT – Adjustable Pi Camera Mount – Pimoroni’s adjustable Pi Camera mount is a great accessory for Pi shutterbugs. Little screws attach the Pi Camera solidly and the design allows for multiple positions. There’s also a 1/4″ hole that you can use to attach the camera to a standard camera tripod mount.
Comes with a two-piece plastic bracket and 4 mini screws+hexnuts. Pi Camera is not included. Tripod not included. 1/4″-20 hexnut is not included (check your local hardware store!)
Dimensions: 40.29mm / 1.58″ x 28.73mm / 1.13″ x 23.8mm / 0.9″
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