habales was the only model I could find that would house both a Pi Camera and a 12 LED NeoPixel ring. Only problem, it wouldn't fit the Prusa MK2 Camera Bed Mount - Higher Arm
So, after some massaging, I was able to come up with the same look, just add some legs to it so it could mount to the bed mount and increase its size a little so the walls were thicker to try and prevent light from bleeding out (didn't work like that with orange ABS). I also added the ability to print out a lens in a transparent filament. I would highly recommend PETG, or another transparent filament that can take high heat. That NeoPixel ring can get HOT! I would also recommend printing out the case in a filament that can take high heat. After about 2 minutes of a full on brightness, a case made with PLA failed miserably by the legs becoming useless and the camera falling off the mount, only to stop hitting the floor because of that weak ribbon cable & some 30awg silicone wire :/
I have since printed the case in ABS, the lens in PETG, and now when I run white camera light, I only use a brightness of 75. That is actually plenty bright for what the use is.
I created a python script that is rather crude just to get it working. You can find it at:
NOTE: The camera does snap in on to those posts and it holds it there, it isn't just floating. The lens is printed within the tolerances for my printer, so you may have to use a razor or something to shave it down a little to get a good fit.