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How to build a weatherproof enclosure for taking time lapse photos using a smart phone. This enclosure is not 100% waterproof but can reasonably survive rain while protecting ...
1. Two pieces of plexiglass, each slightly larger than the smartphone 2. A few scraps of 1" thick wood or plywood 3. A smartphone with a time lapse ...
Cut the wood and plexiglass to a length that is a few inches longer than the smartphone to allow for the phone and the charge connector to fit ...
Measure the height of the smartphone and cut the plexiglass to a height that is 1" higher. This will allow you to overlap the plexiglas by 1/2" to ...
Cut one of the 1" scraps into a side for the box. Cut a slot in the wood to allow the charger cord to pass through the side ...
A small tripod is useful to aid in mounting and aiming. You can add one by drilling a hole that is slightly smaller than the mounting screw on ...
Fit the other side so that it is removable. This allows you to connect the charger, start the time lapse app, slide the camera into the box and ...
Protect the charger from moisture and dirt by placing it in a plastic bag and sealing firmly with duct tape.
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