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Dummy Cameras

Want the crime deterrence that a visible security camera provides without the high cost? Then dummy security cameras are exactly what you need. Studies show that simply installing a fake camera is enough to reduce theft and crime. Imagine what someone with the intent to steal or commit a crime will do when they look around and see a recording device one from a fake just by looking at it.

6 O’clock Securities offers the best fake cameras on the market. Manufactured with quality materials, these dummies look exactly like the real thing for a fraction of the cost! With a few fake cams staring potential criminals in the face, you can expect much better deterrence and less crime to occur. The only thing you don’t receive is the actual recorded video if something does happen. A tactic that many stores are known to apply are to use both real and fakes together, reducing cost overall but also surveying vulnerable areas like entrance points and high priced items. No one will know which ones are real and which ones are fake.

Shop our high-quality dummy security cameras in a variety of styles, designs and features and see a reduction in theft and crime.

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According to Wikipedia, Fake security cameras (or dummy cameras, simulated cameras, decoy cameras) are non-functional surveillance cameras designed to fool intruders, or anyone who it is supposedly watching.[1] Those cameras are intentionally placed in a noticeable place, so passing people notice them and believe the area to be monitored by CCTV.

The cheapest fake security cameras can be recognized by not having real lenses (the "lenses" are just an opaque piece of plastic) Other fake cameras include broken real cameras, motion sensors disguised as cameras, or empty camera housings. They may have flashing lights, or a motor to simulate pan-tilt motion.

Ever drive passed a highway patrolman sitting on the side of the road? Of course, you immediately slow down. Was that officer gunning or doing paperwork? Either was the presence was there, same as having a camera. Doesn't matter if the camera is working or not, but it makes one wonder if they are being taped. These dummy cameras even have flashing lights to look the part. Better to have a simulated camera than to have no camera at all.

They are effective, though. Several studies have revealed that criminals will avoid establishments or houses that have security systems. It takes too much effort to avoid camera detection, and it is too high a risk for most people. They will simply move on to find an easier target.

If you can’t yet afford a full CCTV system, then having dummy cameras will still be able to scare off most burglars. Dummy camera motion detectors are effective because they will make criminals think twice before coming any closer to your property.

Dummy camera effectiveness isn’t just limited to homes or offices without a single security device. If your office has only one security camera, it may still have a few blind spots. Some culprits may not even notice the one surveillance camera you have.

According to police reports, CCTV cameras are most effective in preventing car thefts. Buying a dummy surveillance camera for cars and garages will prevent people from trying to steal your vehicle or rummage through its parts and contents. They also help improve parking lot security.

Placing fake security cameras will make sure that they are aware they are being monitored. This becomes even more useful in busy convenience stores. After all, security guards can’t monitor every customer 24/7. Keeping an eye – even a fake eye – on them will keep them at bay.

The most effective are those that behave like functional surveillance cameras. Blinking LED lights and pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) movements are great ways to fool potential thieves and burglars. Some dummy cameras have real motion detectors that will trigger a sound alarm.

False security cameras look real, behave like real security cameras, and are incredibly cheap. A real security camera can cost nearly $100 or more, but a dummy camera costs less than $15.

Fake cameras won’t be able to record any video for investigations or evidence, but the mere sight of them can prevent crimes from happening. Use them in case you don’t have any real cameras. Or they can be bought to supplement real cameras already installed at home or the office.