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Cam ECS-12
Performance information
Blaster typeSingle-fire electronic clip system dart blaster (flywheel system)
Stock ammunition typeElite Darts
Stock capacity12 (clip)
Release information
SeriesN-Strike Elite
Year released2014
Average retail price74.99 USD[1]
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The Cam ECS-12 is an electronic clip system Nerf blaster that was released in fall of 2014[1] under the N-Strike Elite series. It requires four AA batteries to operate the blaster; an additional four AA batteries are needed to power its camera.[1]

It comes packaged with a clear twelve dart clip, twelve Elite Darts, and a 4GB SD card.


The Cam ECS-12 is a flywheel clip system blaster, featuring the use of a acceleration trigger. It features an integrated shoulder stock, one tactical rail, and two strap points. However, its namesake features is its integrated camera fitted above the top of the blaster, which allows users to take first-person view videos during Nerf wars.

It advertises a firing range of up to ninety feet.[1]

The camera

The Cam's built-in camera is a small 0.3 megapixel[1] camera that can take either photos or video; videos capture at twenty frames per second. The screen itself is built above the triggers. The 1.77 inch screen shows a crosshair, possible as a means of aiming, that will not show in video or photos taken by the camera.[1]

Buttons in front of the screen allow for the user to quickly change from taking photos to capturing video. Users can also navigate through, play back, and delete their photos or video. The button used for taking a photo or starting/stopping recording video is located on the left side of the blaster, near the front of the gray grip. An orange shade for the screen comes detached from the blaster due to packaging; it can be attached to the top of the screen to prevent sunlight glare on the screen.

The SD card slot is located just below the button dashboard.

Reloading and firing

To reload the Cam ECS-12, load up to twelve darts in the provided twelve dart clip. Insert the clip into the blaster.

Pull the second trigger to rev up the flywheels and pull the main trigger to fire a dart. Maximum flywheel speed is required to achieve maximum range.


  • This is the second-most expensive Nerf blaster, only after the Rhino-Fire, and third most expensive Nerf product to date, only behind the Combat Creatures Terradrone and the Night Vision Camcorder.
  • This is the first of any blaster to feature a built in camera.
  • This is the second ECS type blaster.



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Newest NERF blaster has baked in camera for capturing your foam firefights.
N-Strike Elite blasters
2012Hail-FireRampageRetaliator (Elite XD)Stockade
2013Alpha Trooper CS-12FirestrikeRapidStrike CS-18 (Elite XD)
Rayven CS-18Rayven StingerRough Cut 2x4Spectre REV-5
StrongarmStryfeTriad EX-3
2014Cam ECS-12Demolisher 2-In-1Rhino-Fire

Clip system blasters
N-StrikeAlpha Trooper CS-18Deploy CS-6Longshot CS-6Longstrike CS-6
Raider Rapid Fire CS-35Rayven CS-18 (Light It Up) • Recon CS-6
Stampede ECS (Electronic clip system)
N-Strike EliteAlpha Trooper CS-12Cam ECS-12Demolisher 2-In-1Hail-Fire
RampageRayven CS-18Rayven StingerRetaliatorRhino-FireStryfe
OtherRapid RedSlingfire

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