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This dome surveillance dummy camera looks just like the real thing. It is made from a real camera housing but without the camera inside. This model features a flashing LED and metal mounting bracket. Installs easily using stainless steel screws.
The flashing LED blinks continuously so anyone noticing the camera will believe that they are being watched and that it is recording them. If you don't want to use the blinking light, simply remove the batteries.
These fake security cams are similar to those you see in department and grocery stores…no one will ever know the difference! Before you look into spending hundreds of dollars on a high-tech, difficult to install surveillance system, try this one out…it may just be all you need.
Your employees and customers will never know that this isn't real…a great deterrent for employee and customer theft that is well within a conservative budget...so grab a few!
•DM-DOML Dome Dummy Camera w/ Flashing LED
This unit contains a flashing red LED light which draws extra attention to the camera, particularly at night.
This faux camera looks just like the real thing, but costs a lot less! You can give the appearance that you're keeping an eye on what is going on in your office or store.
It even has a flashing LED light which makes it look even more real. If you don't want a flashing light, then you can take the battery out or not install one at all.
It only takes minutes to install - just insert two AA alkaline batteries (not included), mount it to the ceiling using the included metal mounting bracket, and that's it!
- Base measures 3 7/8" across and the dome is 2 3/4" high.
- Operates on 2 "AA" batteries (not included).
When you visit someone's home or business and you see surveillance cameras, you may decide to make a silly face or even do a little dance. But one thing you do not do is break the law. When criminals see a surveillance camera with the little red light blinking, they will usually abandon their thoughts of criminal activities and head somewhere else.
The power of surveillance cameras to deter crime is a significant part of your home security system. But did you know that when you see a surveillance camera at a home or business, you could be looking at a dummy camera? Fake surveillance cameras are just as effective as real ones at talking criminals out of whatever plans they may have.
The original concept behind surveillance cameras was to use video tape to catch criminals in action. Some people thought about hiding the cameras so the criminals could not see them and disable them. But then the idea of having a whole army of cameras started to catch on as a more effective alternative. The idea is that criminals who think they would have to spend hours disabling surveillance cameras would rather just leave the site. A criminal always figures that where there are one or two cameras, there is bound to be more. It only takes one camera to get a picture of a criminal's face and send that criminal off to prison for a very long time.
The idea of using dummy cameras caught on quickly, especially back when surveillance cameras were extremely expensive. All the camera had to do was have the blinking red light and it could deter crime. In the early days of dummy cameras, it was cheaper to have a few real cameras and then a dozen fakes. Today, the idea of using dummy cameras has caught on in residential homes that want to protect their homes but do not want to get too invested in the technology needed to do it.
You can have a few cameras inside your home that actually work and some fake cameras outside and that should be enough to keep away even the most experienced criminal. Even if the criminal thinks some of the cameras are fake, he doesn't know which ones are and he is destined to get caught.
Dummy cameras are a great idea for people who want the added feeling of security that an army of surveillance cameras give without the added expense. You can still protect your home, but you can do so at a fraction of the cost.