Hello, People. @holocron
I was of the same mind as holocron about a good light seal. However, I was pleasantly surprised when I did another test run of my glare guard box this night.
This first picture is the camera’s view with no glare guard box. Definitely not good.
The second picture is the camera’s view with the box snug against the window.
This last picture is with the box held about 1/8" away from the window surface. It appears to be slightly degraded.
In all pictures above and in my previous post no light seals around the cord entry hole.
When the glare guard box is completed and supported by a suitable stand, light taping will be used around the perimeter of the window/box interface and the power cord opening. This as much to keep bugs from moving in as well as keeping out glare.
Here is another idea, how about placing a small sheet of antiglare picture glazing against the part of the window where the camera is to be placed? Has anyone tried it?