Packaging and Accessories:
The packaging looks like what you might expect from a retail product, until you notice that there is no mention of a brand or model on the box. Geeks.com is selling these as generic, but digging around the web will reveal a manufacturer called Apexis offering a camera with the same physical traits and same model number [link
The various faces of the box provide some information on the camera's capabilities, but it seems like this box may be used for more than one model of camera. Inside the box, a foam sheet protects the top of the items, and once removed we are presently the items as shown in the below right image. The camera, power adapter, mounting bracket, and Ethernet cable are all visible, nestled in cut-outs in the foam.
Before getting to the camera, let's cover some of the accessories found in the box. The below left image shows the mounting bracket and a bag of mounting screws and wall anchors. The bracket is pretty nice, and will let you install the camera in a variety of orientations, including wall or ceiling mounted. The below right image shows the included Ethernet cable and the antenna for WiFi communications.
The final image in this section shows the AC/DC power adapter needed to provide 5V DC to the camera. While this will get you up and running, I would have prefered to see a longer power cable (and longer Ethernet cable).