If you are like me and tired of time lapse video being tilted 10° even though the Robo Themed OctoPrint shows the image correctly, this small print/mod is for you. It consists of two small print, a knife (or some other way of cutting plastic) and some glue. The small print is 8 mmm tall if you count the small printed pins on the top. The model can be found here: http://a360.co/2Agd5No To install you need to remove the camera cover and disconnect the camera's flat cable. Remove the camera from the cover and set aside the screw. You need to cut down the four posts that hold the camera in its current position. Cut off the four posts even with the cone that extends from the camera lens, approximately 4 mm. Screw the two prints on the left and right sides of the front of the camera board. Put a bit of glue on the four pins and insert then into the remaining sections of the four posts. This modification leaves the camera lens in exactly the same position with regard to the hole in the cover but now it is moved 10° toward horizontal. Once you connect the camera's flat cable and insert it back into the R2 pillar go to the web interface and start the camera. If you are using the Robo Theme the picture will appear 10° tilted to the right. In actuality it is level and the resulting time lapses will now appear level. Here is a capture of the output from the R2 camera after the mod has been installed. There is some vignetting in the upper left corner and a small amount in the upper right. This is the fault of the molded shape of the cover. It was designed for a tilted camera and not a flat camera. To minimize this effect make sure you do not cut the bottom posts any shorter than the top posts on the camera cover. Download the model or just STL files from the link above. Just click the Download button and select the file format you want to use.