In terms of outdoor enclosures, we are building the OAK-D-POE enclosures now, and they are IP67 for outdoor application, but these are just prototypes at this point:
This design is a custom aluminum enclosure, we'll probably make it silver, like below, for better thermal/lower-temperatures in direct sunlight.
For the existing OAK-D though, we have had many customers use polycase and like them. So here's the search query (I think, double-check me) that will fit the OAK-D well:
There may be some others, but that's just a quick search.
So in particular, this one looks good:
That said there are probably smaller ones that would work.
So Polycase is awesome because they'll add IP67 ports to these with the customize button. Which is pretty awesome. I haven't tried it, but customers have told me about it. So actually I just ordered that one to try it out. Also, a dirty little secret is actually I know quite a few outdoor cameras that actually just white-label polycase enclosures. (Polycase makes that super easy for you too).
When you go to check out, you can see the IP67 cable glands as an option:
And in terms of checking me on that size, the OAK-D dimensions are approximately 4.3" x 2.2" x 1.4". I mention to check me because I once fat-fingered entering dimensions into polycase, and a customer ended up with the wrong enclosure on the first attempt. Fortunately, the enclosures are quite economical, which is great.
And for reference, here is an initial build from an alpha tester who wanted a wider stereo baseline for longer-distance depth: