It is, but there's no point in doing it. First of all, the multicopter is not a stable enough platform to properly aim and shine the laser into the camera. It's also noisy and the range is too low. If anything goes wrong, the copter can be retrieved and traced back to you. Stick to good old methods, recon the cameras' positions, the surroundings, the ways in and out, the best angles to snipe it. Find out the best times of the day you can attack it and escape. Don't attack multiple cameras in the same area in one go, unless you're working in a team and in this case it's best to attack different cameras at a distance. Do not carry your cellphone. Wear clothing that is appropriate for the environment while helping you conceal your face. Rainy and cold nights are better, you can wear hoods, carry umbrellas, wear gloves. Once you have your target properly reconnoitered, go in, do the deed, and go out. It doesn't take more than 30 seconds at best. Practice out of town by targeting lamp posts. Don't forget your protection glasses, practice lowering them, taking aim and lasing until you can do it in your sleep. If there are civilians or cops in the area, switch targets or abort. When your laser hits the lens or any metal, the beam will reflect and anyone looking at it will suffer permanent eye damage so check carefully. Anyone follows you, you turn a corner and ditch laser and glasses into a trash can or gutter (you have memorized the positions, don't you) and you don't even dream of coming back for them. Those are expensive items but if you're caught with them it's game over for you. So, can you handle it or have you decided you're not so tough after all?