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Dummy Outdoor Dome Camera with switchable On/Off LED
Dummy Security Cameras can be used to augment your existing security system by creating the impression that you have more camera coverage than is actually installed. They can also be used to temporarily replace faulty cameras in case spares are not available while repairs are being performed.
This dummy camera is designed to look like a white, outdoor dome camera and includes a blinking red LED to indicate camera activity (when batteries are installed). The round base can be mounted on a vertical or horizontal surface with proper camera orientation.
Requires the use of two AA batteries (not included) for LED activity.
Note: In keeping with style of real security cameras this dummy camera does not have a switch to turn the "activity" LED on or off. The LED can be enabled by installing batteries and can be disabled by removing the batteries.
- Dimensions Diagram (Apr 27, 2012)
PROS: Looks real
CONS: "Monoprice" is written on the camera.
PROS: Great fake cam fooled even the fuzz. Neighbors think it's real... Looks really good up on the house. I had a cop tell my neighbor that it's one of the best cameras you could worth in the thousands, haha the jokes on them.
CONS: Flashing red light.... Real cameras don't have a flashing red light, give away as a fake.
PROS: Looks real and red blinks every 3 seconds
CONS: Must pull out batteries to shut off.
PROS: Durable plastic, fully detailed, almost identical to a fully functional external dome. Excellent price. Housing also absorbs paint very well should you decide to paint to match the exterior color of your wall.
CONS: None at all
PROS: Coupled with my security system, this phoney camera fits right in and gives the illusion that the property has video surveilence. What could be more simple and secure?
PROS: I was recently broken into. My boss suggested I install these around my outside. It worked! I had squatters and a bad situation in the vacant home next door, they left immediately once these were installed. I took the advice of not putting in the batteries also. When the cops came to check on the vacant home next door, they saw the cameras and believed that's why the squatters left. Totally worth putting these up!
CONS: None at all. Just don't install batteries.
Just my opinion on the sticker... put it up anyway.
PROS: Size, Look, Price
CONS: I didn't like the monoprice label on the outside... spun it around not to see it.
PROS: For the price, these are great. Easy to install, and looks real.