Published at Sunday, December 22nd, 2019 - 05:38:36 AM | Surveillance Cameras | By Arick Zimmermann
A fake surveillance camera looks just like a real camera the only difference is no picture is transmitted or recorded. They create the illusion the property is under surveillance when it is not. When a potential burglar believes they are being captured on video they respond differently. There is something about a surveillance camera that creates a feeling of being watched. Fake cameras are made from housings that would normally contain an optical device and are virtually impossible to detect. A fake surveillance camera is also known as a fake spy or dummy camera.
There are two basic purposes by which Surveillance Cameras are used in: for surveillance and deterrence. The video clips and images captured and stored in these surveillance cameras systems can be used as evidence in the case of crimes or accidents so you would know what really happened. These cameras can be used almost anywhere-in businesses, in public venues and even in homes. Furthermore, some surveillance systems can be used in cars too! Take the case of surveillance cameras for cars, for example.
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