Foscam FD3100 Outdoor Dummy Dome Camera – With Red Blinking Light

With the Foscam outdoor dome dummy camera, 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

Get It Now! $17.95Amazon.com Price
(as of 11:29 am UTC - Details)

With the Foscam outdoor dome dummy camera, 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. The camera requires 2 AA batteries that are not included.

Product Features

  • This unit contains a flashing red light
  • The camera requires 2 AA batteries that are not included.
  • Can be used Indoors or Outdoors

Comments

Anonymous says:

They arrived today and I installed them today. I made one personal enhancement (and the reason I gave 4 stars not 5.) The cameras are missing one “realism” thing and that is a power cord/video cable. At the workbench, I drilled into the plastic (simple.) I then added a section of coax cable (cable tv cable.) On the inside of the dome, I tied this cable into a knot so it could not come out and then left about 1.5 foot tail. Once installed, I worked the cable tail into the soffit of my house. This gives the correct impression that the cable runs into my attic and off to a power source/recorder.I plan to not use the blinking red light. What I read seems to point out that only fakes use the red light.I like the dome style because it is hard to tell where they are pointed. I made the decision that it was less important where they appeared to be pointed and more important that they were easily visible as “visual deterrents”. I placed one in…

Comments are disabled for this post.