Fake Security Camera, Surveillance Camera: Cheap Dummy Security Camera
 

Dummy security cameras are an excellent way to deter thieves at a fraction of the cost of normal surveillance systems. A fake security camera however, should be chosen with care, as some of them are easily recognizable as fakes.

The placement and type of fake security camera should be considered carefully, because there are different types for indoor and outdoor use. The fake surveillance camera on the right is a perfect example of one that is suitable for outdoor use, but there are also other cameras available, such as dome types for indoor use.

Let a security expert show you how to choose dummy security cameras and also give you some insider tips about a fake surveillance camera.

Why choose a fake surveillance camera?

  • Dummy security cameras look very real and there is no need to store video images.

  • It is better to have a fake security camera installed than nothing at all. An intruder might think twice before entering or stealing merchandise.

  • A fake security camera has low maintenance.

  • Installation of dummy security cameras is relatively easy.

If you're interested, you can have a look at a fake security camera by clicking on the link.

Although a fake surveillance camera is a cheap alternative to a real one, you should also consider using it in conjunction with other security measures. Dummy security cameras could easily save you hundreds or thousands of dollars per year.

 

Surveillance Camera Expert Reveals
Proven Strategies for Selecting The Right
Fake Security Camera or Dummy Dome!

Surveillance Camera systems will deter theft but can be expensive. If you purchase the wrong dummy camera you will waste your time and money! It's critical that you develop a plan to 
deter shoplifting and employee theft.

If you don't your company's profits are walking out the door while your competition is cutting cost giving them a powerful advantage over you

Whether you're a small business or home owner you can
implement these closely guarded insider tips to squeeze
every penny out of your Security Camera Budget!

We will share with you the exact tips and techniques that our company uses

Spending a little more now will save you allot later
When buying a real camera housing makes sense

The main reason to purchase dummy cameras is to save money. Sometimes it makes more sense
to purchase a real camera or at least a real camera housing. If you ever plan on using real cameras
then you should  buy them upfront. You now have the option of expanding your system once you
can afford it 
 

We have a wide variety of dummy cameras to choose from. We have rated them Good Better & Best

GOOD DUMMY CAMERAS


Intimidate through imitation! This Dummy Camera’s high-tech design replicates a fully functioning camera. It contains many of the key elements we recommend for a realistic dummy camera. 

Close inspection reveals lettering on the "lens". This is subtle but important detail adding to it's realistic appearance. It has an adjustable mounting bracket and a reasonably authentic video cable . A weatherproof anodized aluminum housing and stainless steel screws provide solid rust proof construction guaranteed for life. This makes it ideal for outdoor use.

Up to 5 times smaller than other simulated cameras, the unit will not detract from the look of your home, store, or business. With the Dummy Camera your property will not be considered an easy target anymore. It has a blinking LED and will operate for two years on a single set of batteries. As always we recommend that you don't use this feature P8315

 

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