4 pcs Outdoor Fake Dummy Security Cameras LED Blinks Camera

Now you can deter robbery, theft, and vandalism without the high cost of a real security camera. When placed in your home or business, even the most sophisticated criminals will think the premise is guarded by a high-tech surveillance system and go in search of an easier target. In fact, this is an actual surveillance

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Now you can deter robbery, theft, and vandalism without the high cost of a real security camera. When placed in your home or business, even the most sophisticated criminals will think the premise is guarded by a high-tech surveillance system and go in search of an easier target. In fact, this is an actual surveillance camera that has been modified into a “dummy” or fake security camera. This unit does contain a flashing light. The camera features authentic video cable and a fully adjustable mounting bracket that will let you install the camera quickly and easily using the included stainless steel screws. Dimensions of the camera are 5 one half inches x 3 inches x 2 and one half inches (without rain shield). With the rain shield the dimensions increase to 7 x 3 x 3 inches. The camera requires 2 AA batteries that are not included.

Product Features

  • Can be used Indoors or Outdoors
  • This unit does contain a flashing light
  • Dimensions of the camera are 5 one half inches x 3 inches x 2 and one half inches (without rain shield). With the rain shield the dimensions increase to 7 x 3 x 3 inches.
  • Power source:1.5V AA size batteries (not included)
  • Bracket Arm Movement: Fully adjustable(0-90 downward tilt,0-360 L/R rotation)

Comments

Unhappy Popper says:

My Dummy Camera Review I have purchased dummy cammeras before and placed two under the eaves of the house and two which were exposed to the sun and elements. The red LED lights had stopped working so I made this new 4-pak purchase. I guess I should not have expected them to be metal like things used to be made. They are 100% plastic. However, the LED flashing light is very bright which is good. I will update this review after learning how long the AA Lithium Batteries last. (Hint, Only use Lithium). My old cameras would keep the light blinking for about 2-1/2 ~ 3 months. Longer on those out of the weather for some reason. I would recommend these but to you reading this make sure you purchase separate solid stainless steel screws. These will round out easily as they are very soft metal. That is a pet peave of mine since it would have only cost the Chinese an extra .05 cents. Now I will have to drill them out when they go bad. Second, You must mount them to a vertical surface unless you plan to screw them…

Edward Teach "Edward Teach" says:

Making these cameras more realistic These cameras are a good value for the money and look fairly realistic to an average person from a distance.Unfortunately I had to mount one that is reachable from a raised planter,and if somebody with even low intelligence climbed up and checked it out they would know it was fake.If you tap the camera it is obviously hollow and the wire is nothing but a hollow sleeve.To make it feel more solid I took off the rear cover and filled the camera body with spray foam.I wrapped a zip tie around the body to keep the foam from pushing it apart.As to making the wiring more realistic I took a piece of co-ax cable and a piece of wire off an old keyboard and replaced the factory one.Real cameras usually have 2 wires,one for power and one for video.I used large stake-ons to keep them from being pulled out and also epoxied them in.I also went so far as to put a couple small,black zip ties visibly holding the wires neatly together.After putting the cameras back together and…

Robert E. Wertz says:

Hoping to fake out the bad guys. 0

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