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Keep your lens free from dust, pollen and dew during those long duration time lapse photo shoots !

Tools Needed

  • Soldering Iron
  • 3d Printer or a friend who has one !
  • Screwdriver

Step 1: Order Parts List

Clear Shot Parts List QTY

1.Switch on/off RECT PUSH BUTTON Radio Shack Model #: 275-1566|Catalog #: 2751566 $4

2.Fan 40 mm x 40 mm Radio Shack 12 VDC Micro Fan Model #: 273-240 |Catalog #: 2730240 $14 dimensions Product Height 0.39 product Width 1.57 Product Length 1.57


  • 3. Battery (Tiger) 11.1v 3s 25c (3D Robotics) $15
    •Capacity: 900 mAh
    •Continuous discharge rate: 25 C
    •Burst rate: 30 C
    •Voltage: 11.1 V
    •Cells: 3S
    •Package Size: 23 mm x 30 mm x 52 mm
    •Weight: 78g


  • 4. Tube 8mm or 5/16" Dia x 10" long ---------- $2
    Plastic, Carbon Fiber,Wood or Aluminum


  • 5. Misc Connector plugs for battery and fan--------$5 Molex connectors or(user choice)


  • 6 .6 screws - 3 mm or 1/8" x 1.5" screws w/hex nut
    Cut 4 to length for Fan mount
    +your favorite glue


  • 7. Velcro Strap (To Mount battery Holder to tripod) $4
    1/4" Plastic split braided wire shield (Make it neat) $3
    Assorted Zip ties (Mount wiring harness to tube) $1


  • 3D printed Parts QTY


  • 1. Battery/switch holder 1
    2. Tube pivots 2
    3. Fan mount 1
    4. Knobs 2
    5. Fan/filter mount (optional) 1
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Step 2: While Your Waiting for the UPS Truck You Can Print the Parts You'll Need !

Step 3: Assemble the Wiring Harness and Attach It to Arm Using Zip Ties.

    • You can adjust the fan to any angle you desire.
    • The battery will last well beyond a 3 hr time lapse shoot and is easily rechargeable.

    Step 4: Your Ready to Make Some Excellent Time Lapse Compositions !

    <p>I don't have the STL files available at this time . </p>
    <p>This looks cool. Do you have STL files for the parts?</p>

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