Security Surveillance Cameras –
Added Protection Even if they’re Fake! Let's be
honest: most of us don't spend our evening hours locked
up with video monitors constantly showing the perimeter
of our homes, driveways and yards. Security personnel
spend the week hours watching for movements in the
bushes, but the rest of us prefer to watch TV or settle
in with a good book.
Even most small businesses just pay their theft
insurance, lock the doors and hope for the best. But if
you do own a small business, you might consider using an
imitation surveillance camera to deter petty criminals.
With more surveillance cameras going wireless, thieves
can't be sure that the wire free surveillance camera
above the counter isn't electronically linked to a
security center miles away. And some dummy cameras also
come with a "wire" that appears to lead into the wall,
making the look more realistic.
Wireless nanny cameras for use in the
home or to keep tabs on people at work cost from $350 to
more than a thousand. You can get a fake surveillance
camera for under $20. If it saves you a single robbery
or theft, you've made your money back, but there's no
way to tell how many crimes have been prevented with the
use of these real looking devices. It's a worthwhile
investment in the security of your home or business.