I liked https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2113975 but wanted to use a Lisiparoi LED ring to shed some light on my prints. So I redesigned the camera case. You can use it directly on thing 2113975 or you can remove the three arms and connect you own adapter. Print with 0.2mm layer height is possible.
UPDATE: In certain settings the space for the connector to the Lisiparoi proved to be a little too small. Together with vibrations during a print, the back would fall off. In V2 the space for the connector is a bit larger. The back has a higher rim to make more contact with the front. After two tweeks of testing this version, it didn't fall off. Yet :)
FREE BONUS! :) I've added a cable clip to keep the camera and Lisiparoi cable together. Before use, first bend the clip along the two thin parts. Squeeze the bends, with your fingers, hard. Insert the Lisiparoi cable, followed by the camera cable. Bend over the part with the hole, then the part with the cylinder. Finally, push the cylinder in the hole and squeeze it tight. Layer height 0.1mm advised.
The Lisiparoi also comes in an infrared design for use with the Raspberry Pi NOIR camera. The infrared LED's will become hotter than the visible ones, but after a few hours the case doesn't get hotter than 40-50 °C so that seems OK. More information about the Lisiparoi here: http://www.lisiparoi.com.
In case you want to design your own case for the Lisiparoi, you can use my model as a designing aid: https://grabcad.com/library/lisiparoi-v1-0-1.
Very hard to print with ABS over here ...