This allows the RPI Camera to be mounted to a desk or shelf that isn't permanent. The clip size is easily adjustable if you have Fusion 360. I am designing a version to be adjustable once printed. More bases, accessories and sizes of arm are going to come out soon as well as the adjustable clip.It was designed to use with Octoprint as I can mount it near my printer without it being permanent. I hope you find this useful for any of your projects.
Instert the RPI camera (with the ribbon cable pre-attachted) and use some M2*7 bolts and M2 nuts to secure the camera
Attach the back panel on with 2 M3*16 Bolts and M3 nuts
Construct the clip, add foam pads to the insides of the clip and use the spring from a wooden peg to connect them together. Then fit the base connector into the hole in the top part of the clip.
Next bolt together the camera connector, the clip and arm pieces (you can use any number of arm pieces) to finalise the construction. These require M5*16 bolts and M5 nuts.