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Nerf Cam ECS-12
Year Released:




Stock Capacity:

12 Elite Darts

Average Retail Price(s):

79.99 USD
84.99 GBP
89.99 CAD


N-Strike Elite

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The Nerf Cam ECS-12 is a 2014 Nerf N-Strike Elite blaster that holds 12 Elite Darts. Like with the Demolisher, Agent Bow, Slingfire and Thunderbow, this blaster was released in Fall 2014. This is the first blaster that was coded Electronic Clip System since the Stampede ECS. It comes with a built-in 1.77 inch screen 0.3 megapixel camera (which unfortunately only takes 20fps standard resolution video), hence the name, as well as a 4GB SD card. The camera runs off 8 AA batteries has 3 hours of recording time, and can toggle between record and picture modes. It can playback and delete videos as well. There is a large jam door on the side of the blaster, and comes with a translucent orange 12-Dart Clip. It costs $79.99. It advertises a range of 85 feet. There were a few changes made prior to release; it now uses 8 AA-size batteries instead of 4 and hits 85 feet instead of the 90 originally claimed. It received poor reviews, mainly because of it's price and horrible camera.

Gallery Edit

  • The prototype.
  • The second prototype.

Commercial Edit

NERF N-Strike Elite Nerf Cam ECS-12

NERF N-Strike Elite Nerf Cam ECS-12

Trivia Edit

  • Although it is big and similar to the RapidStrike CS-18 and the Stampede, it only has 2 Tactical Rails because of the camera.
  • This is the third most expensive Nerf product; the second is the Nightvision Camcorder at $89.99, and the first is the Rhino-Fire at $99.99.
  • A shade is seen on the blaster under the camera screen; this was not seen on the one found in the 2014 New York Toy Fair. The shade is removable.
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