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While public installation of video cameras will almost always lead to dismayed cries of 'nanny state!', they can be crucial home defense tools. They're ubiquitous--on the city streets of America, over traffic lights, in stores, even in your workplace. They're becoming more common at home, too, and for good reason: they work. You can protect your children, make sure your hired help is remaining faithful, and in some cases even stop would-be thieves outright by scaring them off.

They aren't half as expensive as they once were, either. Installing a video security system has, of late, become a reasonable prospect for most homeowners. No matter your budget, there is a diverse assortment of cameras available today that'll let you find the one most suited to your needs and, more pertinently, your budget.

Effective video security systems are composed of plural cameras. They should be scattered across your property in such a way as to monitor many angles at once, and this is thankfully an easy task. You can hide them in nearly any piece of office equipment or aspect of your home decor. And with their increasingly lower cost, there is little reason not to--playback is an easy prospect; nearly any camera can be connected to a DVR or similar recording device to keep a record of what goes on in any location at any time, and with the proper array, from any angle. Some software and equipment permits remote access, allowing you to keep an eye on your child (and perhaps her babysitter) from your workplace without interrupting your work.

While prices are dropping, it is unlikely that you will find cameras that are 'inexpensive'. Relative to their previous historical costs, they will certainly be more affordable, and with proper budgeting and financing, nearly any homeowner can install a system. However, it is a good idea to get a consultation from a security professional. Assuming they are not themselves salesmen, they can make sure you don't pursue any paths that cost more than you require, and keep your home security video system realistic in scope and price. Individual components will almost always be more expensive--bear this in mind before you decide to assemble a security network piecemeal. That said, you absolutely should explore the possibility of a security network. You owe it to your family, your business, or if no one else, yourself, to keep your property protected from tragedy. A video security system can be a major step in the right direction to that end.

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