We love this fake camera now people will think twice of trying to rob us, they better anyways there are some big dogs here. People think its real they asked my brother-in-law where he got it from.

Easy to set up and the light flashes like there is a real camera. When we leave the house we have an alarm we put on but this adds extra protection lol.
I'm impressed with this device because they resemble true cameras that emit an invisible infrared light for night viewing. They have held up well in storms and are easy to adjust and rotate. If someone looks close at the front of the camera, it appears to have built-in infrared illuminators. These are the new technology “lights” that provide an invisible light that the eye can not see, but a professional crook might understand and know is the same style of light used on expensive “game cameras” that hunters use to capture images of animals at night.

Now you can deter robbery, theft, and vandalism without the high cost of a real security camera. When placed in your home or business, even the most sophisticated criminals will think the premise is guarded by a high-tech surveillance system and go in search of an easier target. In fact, this is an actual surveillance camera that has been modified into a “dummy” or fake security camera. This unit does contain a flashing light. The camera features authentic video cable and a fully adjustable mounting bracket that will let you install the camera quickly and easily using the included stainless steel screws. Dimensions of the camera are 5 one half inches x 3 inches x 2 and one half inches (without rain shield). With the rain shield the dimensions increase to 7 x 3 x 3 inches. The camera requires 2 AA batteries that are not included.

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