The picture of the Camembert mold on that site doesn't look right to me. I can see feet on the bottom, which makes me think the mold has a bottom. Camembert molds should be open on the bottom. To me, that's a red flag. Of course, if that is the mold you need, it is irrelevant what the description on the site says.
My point being, it pays to research the proper type of mold for the cheese you want to make, and ask questions of the vendor if unsure about an item on their site. I've seen a lot of beer/wine/coffee vendors that now sell cheesemaking equipment too, and I see a similar range of cheesemaking supplies and molds offered by them, with similar lack of detailed descriptions, limited and poor quality pictures, and an absense of specifications. I often wonder how well those sellers understand cheesemaking and the related products they are selling.