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Dummy Cameras

What are Dummy Cameras?

Dummy cameras, also known as fake cameras or imitation cameras, are devices that look like real cameras but do not actually record any video footage. These devices are used to deter potential criminals from entering a property or area by giving the impression that they are being monitored which can even work on experienced criminals. Fake cameras can be used in both residential and commercial settings, and come in a variety of styles and designs. Fake cameras are an effective theft deterrent device because criminals will want to avoid being seen on recordings.

What are some Key Features of Dummy Cameras?

 A dummy surveillance camera is a cost effective theft deterrent device perfect for home and business owners. Some fake cameras even have LED lights to imitate a regular camera. Decoy Cameras such as the DM-IRMOTION’s are dummy security cameras that look like real cameras with fake cables and by turning on their LED lights whenever their motion sensor is triggered. Fake cameras are a cost effective solution for business owners who want to protect their business! Some fake cameras are as energy efficient as possible by using solar panel technology to power themselves. These fake camera security products can deter would-be burglars from conducting criminal activity on or around your property. The fake equipment is a cost effective theft deterrent device against would-be burglars.

What is the installation process like?

All of the dummy cameras are simply screwed into wherever you want them inside or outside. The dummy camera requires no professional installation and most only require AA batteries while a few take AAA batteries, but no wires are required. The solar powered cameras still require AA batteries.

What are the Laws & Regulations for Dummy Cameras?

The laws and regulations for fake cameras vary from country to country. In the United States, there are no federal laws that specifically address the use of fake cameras. However, some states have enacted legislation that prohibits the use of imitation security devices in certain situations. For example, in California it is illegal to install a fake camera on a public street or sidewalk without first obtaining permission from local authorities.