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    Monoprice 11in Outdoor Back Open Camera Housing
    Product # 6687
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    Model No ML-605S
    Type Outdoor Back Open Camera Housing
    Material Aluminum 
    Appearance Size 142(W)X115(H)X280(L)mm
    Suitable Camera Size 100(W)X80(H)X215(L)mm
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    Is it possible to have a complete drawing of this camera housing?
    A shopper on Dec 12, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: HOW complete would you like since the photos, specs, and comments have literally shown all that is necessary. suffice to say it is of professional quality, size, and utility for installing almost any size surveillance cam within, on the market. Easy removal of glass should you have a nite camera with sensors due to reflectance. Its a cost effective, solution for giving Faraday protection from lightning strikes as well as camera protection.
    4.9 / 5.0
    21 Reviews
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    Very nice enclosure for my Raspberry Pi Camera
    I have purchased three of these to house some homemade surveillance cameras I made out of a Raspberry Pi, a Raspberry Pi camera module and a TP-Link Power-Over-Ethernet kit. The enclosure is large enough to hold everything with room to spare. It provides a nice weather-resistant housing. I get fantastic image quality from this setup.

    PROS: The grommet on the bottom of the enclosure is nice for sealing the hole that the cable passes through. One thing to note, an RJ-45 connector will not go through the grommet. You will have to cut it off to get the cable through the grommet and then crimp on a new end. I also like the lock ring on the latch and I plan to put some padlocks on my enclosures. The enclosure is made for mounting brick cameras so in my case, I had to fabricate a front plate to mount the Raspberry Pi's camera on. There's a removeable mounting plate in the bottom of the enclosure that can be slid forwards or backwards which really helps with positioning everything inside the enclosure.

    CONS: The enclosure requires more vertical clearance than you might expect, especially if you ever plan to open it up for doing maintenance on what's inside. This is particularly an issue if mounting it below the eave of the house. I had to mount it a little lower than I planned to be able to open the top. You could always take it off its mount to do maintenance but then you lose your angle which can affect any motion detection zones you have set up in your surveillance software.
    March 17, 2014
    Good Secure Housings
    Having used many different varieties of camera housings, these are the most economical I've ever found. They are obviously not vandal proof, but are vandal resistant to say the least. They do have locking latches on the back. These are currently in service and have not had any issues with bugs sneaking into the housing or rain leakage. I am using Axis 210 and Axis 2100 cameras and the fit is tight but perfect. If you are using longer lenses you would want to go with the larger housing. For smaller cameras with standard lenses these housings are perfect.

    PROS: Inexpensive, small, lockable, weather proof.

    CONS: Bracket mount only available on the bottom. For tight fits under awnings you must take into consideration the top of the housing opens upward.
    December 21, 2011
    Monoprice camera housing
    Well made housing, did have to make two modifications. The cable fitting was enlarged with uni-bit allowing the installation of BNC connector and power fitting. The other modification was i removed glass window to prevent glare from camera infrared. The housing is large enough to still provide shelter for a weather proof camera by installing camera deep into housing. This is a well made housing at a great price.

    PROS: Sturdy well made housing!

    CONS: None
    April 16, 2015
    Decent quality case
    I have a few IP Surveillance cameras for Weather and Meteor Shower observations.

    The plastic window should be treated lightly with Windex or other product so rain runs off.

    So far the cameras have survived a Monsoon season without any "weather" related issues (Water leaks). I use Monoprices 11.25 inch bracket, which might be overkill but don't get jiggle from wind.

    I don't need "Vandal Proof", if I did, I'd use another housing

    PROS: cost

    11 inches

    Weather "resistant"

    Can add a Standard 80MM Computer fan if needed, mounting holes available

    CONS: Camera carrier is plastic
    November 27, 2013

    PROS: I can't believe the quality for this low price. Excellent, sturdy, well-designed. The housing is designed for a block style camera and I have the round-type (Q-see) but the housings are so great I wanted to use them. So I took the attached shade shield from the Q-see and rotated it to the bottom of the camera (don't need it anyway since now the camera is in this great weather-sealed housing), then used double-sided sticky foam to 'glue' it to the base of the housing. Works great, holds my round camera steady, and the camera is removable.
    September 6, 2012
    Really nice housing
    Monoprice chat support was able to tell me windows is a polycarbonate (so I can use a hole saw on it).

    I'm using a different camera than they suggest and it fits perfectly. Internal mounting options are nice, very simple.

    PROS: Solid. I like the internal mounting rail.

    Window is solid, glued in really well.

    CONS: Window is difficult to remove (it's only a Con for my purpose, I'll bet it's a Pro for the 99%)
    April 6, 2015
    PROS: You cant build a housing this cheap, its perfect. Fit my Q-See camera with some Mcgiver attachments. I wanted to give it 5-stars except for the ONE CON !
    CONS: The viewing glass is plastic. Given that I dont think glass would STOP the infrared GLARE my night vision causes. I lost all night vision, it just GLARES too much. Now I have to remove the "clear viewing material" completely. SOooooo if you have night vision cameras this housing will take MORE McgIver modifications and wont be as weather proof.
    January 12, 2017
    1 year ago
    does the job
    It will hold a stand box camera, but does not leave much room for an extra long lens. Bottom line it's not a high tech device, and Monoprice is a great distributor.

    PROS: well made, easy to open and close

    CONS: a little small
    July 18, 2011
    Camera Mount
    This camera mount is a good, solid mount for its intended use. I've used it outdoors with no problems.
    December 25, 2016
    over 2 years ago
    Works great with Ubiquiti Aircams
    To use with the Aircams I cut a piece of superstrut (the 1" high type) 4" long. Drill two 1/4" holes in the sides at each end of the strut piece then I screw this down using 1/2" selftapping screws to the plastic mounting plate that comes with the enclosure. I use two long zip ties to attach the camera to the strut. This allows the camera be mounted in the enclosure. I remove the lens protector cap when I use these enclosures.

    PROS: Great quality. Sheds water well.

    CONS: The adjustable mount is a bit granular in it's adjustment. It's little hard to aim sometimes.
    May 26, 2013