This is one more project in the long list of projects that may not actually meet a need but was fun to build.
The "requirement" that this solution meets is to provide a wireless Point of View camera that can be used to photograph dioramas, model railroad layouts, or for Line of Sight previews when playing a tabletop game such as Flames of War.
The solution is a 3D Printed case that encloses a Raspberry Pi Zero that is attached to a Pi Camera. The Pi Camera is in a mount that can slide up and down a track to match a PoV elevation. The Pi supports a wireless dongle that can either attach to a network or provide one of its own (Adhoc or Otherwise). Power is supplied by a portable mini charger.
There are examples of each possible usage above. The first photo is showing a PoV looking down an N-Scale Drawbridge, the second two are showing a picture being taken of a small diorama, and the third is a representation of what a Flames of War usage might entail.
See annotations on the image
Note on the camera.
By default the Pi Camera is fixed focus...but only by virtue of one little drop of glue. Removing that allows the camera to be focused to a much shorter focal length than default. You do risk ruining the camera so be careful! Here is a video instruction.
There is also a variable focus camera module available here but I have not tried one though I do have one on order. I am assuming that it will work and hoping that the board is the same form factor as the Pi Camera. If not I will include a mount for this camera in V2 of the models.