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VideoSecu Fake Dummy Imitation Dome Security Camera with Flashing Light LED Cost-Effective Security CCTV Simulated Dome Camera 3PZ

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  • Dummy Fake dome surveillance camera with flashing light LED
  • Simple and easy installation.
  • Authentic styling - nobody will know the difference
  • Require 2 AA batteries ( not included)
  • Surveillance without the high cost

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Customer Reviews

This could work if affixed to a high ceilingViewing this at close range, this camera is not very convincing because the plastic casing is not highly refined. Also, you can't place the camera on top of a shelf and have that be a convincing way of monitoring an office space, because it's not possible to reposition the lens to face the right direction. But if you have a way of suspending this from the ceiling, so that the lens is facing a sensible direction by default, and making it impossible to closely scrutinize the device itself, this could be effective as a camera mimic. That didn't work out for me, but it could for you, depending on your situation.3cheaply made but worksVery cheaply made but looks authentic enough from a distance. It has no on off switch. If batteries are in place, it flashes. If not, it doesn't. No photo cell to turn it off when it's not dark which in an inside placement would make sense. The dome is "blacked out" except for one small clear area. The light is aimed at that clear spot. So the light can not be seen unless the thing is "pointed" at you. I had thought it would be possible to see the flashing red light from any side (360 degrees), but not so. Light is not weak. Quite bright actually. For the price it is acceptable. It does what I needed, which was make bad guys think that maybe they should find an easier target.Update:Dec.30 2012 Battery contacts have corroded. Not usable anymore. Apparently even more cheaply made than I thought. Not worth the money.3The flashing LED makes it look fake, but it's worthwhile anyway.This is pretty believable if you don't put batteries in it to make the LED flash. I bought two and started them out that way (battery compartment quality was so poor that I had to stuff in some paper to force the batteries to stay in place). The red LEDs flashed constantly, and then I realized: you NEVER see cameras like this with flashing LEDs in the real world. Black domed cameras are all over the campus I work in, they pepper the ceilings of pretty much every store I shop in, and *none* of them have flashing red LEDs. So I took out the batteries and suddenly these looked a lot more authentic. Oh, and unless I'm confusing this product with another, there is no motion-detected activation of the LED - if there are live batteries in this guy, the LED flashes. I picked up some Velcro strips from Wally World, mounted them in a couple of places and, well, they look like surveillance cameras to me. At this price, that's good enough. I'm just trying to scare bad people away so I don't have to break out the Mossberg.Update 12/1/2011: secure it well. I got supposedly industrial strength Velcro brand adhesive strips but they were recessed too far into the "camera" housing to get a really good stick going. On the first cold morning, 1 of 2 (back porch) fell off when the Velcro adhesive faily and it smashed into oblivion. On the second cold morning, 2 of 2 (front porch) did the same. I just ordered two more and will doctor them up with Gorilla tape before attaching the Velcro. No complaints about the product or the Velcro, I just need to do a little more thoughtful prep.4Works For Its PurposesI ordered three of these for a large garage area and the covered walkway approaches.They arrived in two days (Nevada to Washington State), were easy to install, and work fine.A few notes: they take 2 AA batteries (not included). The units mount with two screws on the bottom (screws also not included, but easily available at a hardware store). The battery compartment is on the bottom, so do not tighten the screws down too far into the wood, or you'll have a tough time when it comes to battery changing, as it's a twist to remove sort of thing to disengage the unit from the wall/ceiling. An alternative to screw mounting is two sided velcro (given that the units only weigh 5.45 ounces/155 grams with the batteries inside).There is an odd 1/2 inch open hole in the bottom of the unit that seems to have no useful purpose other than to let in moisture and bugs. Plug this up with tape before mounting.Placing this unit in an area that is exposed to direct moisture (like rain), seems problematic as there are quite a few places for the water to enter along the bottom plastic globe dome edging, and under the base.The flashing red LED light is bright, and at a distance of more than say 8 feet in a darkened area, the units look similar to my much more expensive real cameras installed last year.These get a five star rating for usefulness for the purpose, and overall value.They also get a five star rating for the humorous use of English on the outside of the Chinese-made box: "welcome to use our camera!" "Inside and outside the villa installs the photograph function to play the better guard role!" "Emulational camera can be wsed both in front and behind cars!" (not sure I'd want to do that last one...grin).5Great interior lightWe have installed this imitation dome security light in our living room and visiblefrom our picture window and front door. The flashing red light makes it appear thatit is actually recording, my step son stood right underneath it and could not tell thatit was fake. The soldering of the wires is horrible and you may have to re-solder the wiresto make sure it doesn't break a connection, which is what ours did. After a repair job, itworks fine. It works perfectly in conjunction with the fake outdoor dome securitylights giving us complete, but fake coverage. If these make a burglar think twiceand move on to another house, it is money well spent.5Neighbor called the police because he believed these are realI have been using this product for about a year in a building where I needed to deter individuals from throwing trash in certain areas.The good: It worked so well that my $#^%$%%# of a neighbor called the police to complain about these.The bad: From a distance, it looks great but up close it clearly looks like a fake, choose based on usage.Tip: Do not put in the batteries, the blinking red light makes it look fake, just keep it off.4Don't put in batteryFor a couple of bucks this is a good deal (probably costs 13 cents to make), don't put a battery in it, security camera don't have red "blinking lights", this is a dead give-away to a thief.5Simple and effective deterent 2 months in - this thing is still working great. We have it in the upper corner of our garage facia. It's out of the rain that way and still going on the battery it came with, so that's good.Our garage door and facia are both a light tan, so at night the red flashing light is very noticeable. We also have a sign with a gun on it that says "nothing in this house is worth dying for" on the facia below this light, next to the keypad.It's not real, but it looks pretty good. And a lot less $$. Anything to help deter a home invasion or robbery is a good thing I guess. 5Great fake security camera at great price on ONE CONDITION ....In short, as explained below, think twice if you are counting on using the blinking LED light. Design issues will cause problems during installation and in the long run when replacing batteries.Otherwise, for $6, five stars for very realistic looking cam if mounted on/in a residence or office that looks like it can afford security cameras. And if you have other working cams around.Contrary to other reviews, security/webcams with night vision DO have powered LED lights. Just check Amazon for Dropcam and other wifi cams. They all have one or more LEDs that you cant disable as the cams rely on the low emitted light to see in total darkness.IF you want to use the blinking LED to work, this camera is a real pain:- batteries install from the rear (the part mounted against the ceiling) so you have to remove it completely to replace batteries.- Mounting holes are the "tear drop shape" where you push the camera onto precisely placed screws and twist to "lock" it in place. But, cam comes withOUT mounting template so either make your own template or drill holes blind and then need perfect sized screws to twist & lock.Easiest way to mount is to twist and pull off the clear dome and drill the holes/screws thru the inside of the camera base. Problem is the dome houses the lens which is connected to the battery housing located in the base of the camera with the thinnest/shortest wires I've ever seen.So unless you have 4 hands, while drilling the holes/screws or removing the cam to replace the battery, you're bound to lower the dome enough where just the slightest "tug" will disconnect one or both of the wires requiring you now to solder against gravity. Yup, happened to me. Otherwise, if you don't want the blinking LED, 5 minute installation: just snip the wires, drill thru the inside of the base, and twist the clear dome back on making sure the lens is pointed in the desired direction.5Mounting screws or template would be niceMinus one star for mounting: it does not come with any kind of mounting equipment - no double sided adhesive, no screws, no screw template.This looks real. On a ceiling or 8 feet from the ground on a wall is enough distance where one can't easily get too close to discern it's a dummy. Up close, if someone is very familiar with authentic cameras, one can tell from the quality of the fake lens inside, which looks more like a fisheye than a camera lens.To make matters even trickier, the holes where you can put the screws in are both keyhole shaped - which would be great if they were facing the same direction. Instead, they're facing opposite directions. This works if you're hanging it from the ceiling but not on a wall.A word about the blinking light: I've seen cameras with status lights. The Dropcam, for instance, has a steady blue status light (with the option of turning it off). The same light also flashes red or amber during setup or if it's offline. A blinking red light would attract attention - which could be a deterrence to some, or a cue that's it's a dummy to others.4For the price, it's worth itAs this is a nonfunctional item (thus, it's effectiveness hinges upon a ruse, or a fake out as a potential behavior deterrent) it's a bit hard to give a typical rating. However, it does what it is supposed to: appears to be a video security camera, and the flashing red LED light is operational. It seems to be encouraging people to be on their best behavior and refraining from illegal activity (which is why we bought it) ... but I have to say SEEMS to: because it isn't really a video security camera, so I have to make an educated guess (not the camera's fault - obviously I couldn't afford the real thing, so this is the next best option).My one concern about this particular style of imitation security camera is that I've only really seen it as an imitation (i.e., on other internet sites, such as overstock.com crammed in with other "specials") and I am concerned many people can identify it as a fake on sight (in hindsight, perhaps I should have gone with a more tradtional model?). I need to check to see if there are any REAL security cameras that look like this type - and you should too before you decide not to buy it.It did come with a sticker warning of security video in progress, but we decided that was kind of cheesy to use with it (as it just screams: BLUFF!) so we didn't use it.For a fraction of the cost of a real video camera, this makes people second guess doing something lousy or illegal that they wouldn't want themselves recorded doing. I only wish I could be certain that this particular model has a real working counterpart out there, so as to not give the game away to those educated in such matters (my own fault: sorry) to be able to give a better review. But it looks real to me, the red LED light flashes as it should, it is easy to install & remove for battery changes - which I have not had to do yet (Bonus: it doesn't eat batteries!), and it does have a video sticker included if you wish to use it. It also arrived on time, and seemed brand new out of the box. The downside (other than already mentioned) is that it is all plastic, so with very close inspection it does look kind of cheap - but I don't think that most people will linger long enough to get a really good look at it to avoid being videotaped showing interest in it.All and all - it's worth it for the price (especially if you can't afford the real thing).4
VideoSecu Fake Dummy Imitation Dome Security Camera with Flashing Light LED Cost-Effective Security CCTV Simulated Dome Camera 3PZ

VideoSecu Fake Dummy Imitation Dome Security Camera with Flashing Light LED Cost-Effective Security CCTV Simulated Dome Camera 3PZ

3.5
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