2015 June 30 — Camera mounts assembled
Dan spent time in the Lowell machine shop this week modifying the L-brackets to work as camera mounts. This image shows the cameras lying on their sides with the dual L-bracket design locked down to fixed elevation angles. These brackets are simply off-the-shelf framing hardware available at essentially any hardware store. The mounts are locked into two different elevation angles — 40 and 66 degrees — which respectively correspond to the angles for the outer and inner ring of cameras. Thanks to Jeff Gehring in the Lowell machine shop for help in completing the mounts.