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Best Methods for Security Camera Placement

By Jeff Welch
April 20, 2023

When it comes to security cameras, positioning is everything. You want to ensure your cameras are positioned in a way that will allow them to capture the most footage possible while deterring potential intruders. Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your security camera system: 

1. Place Cameras High and Out of Reach

 This will not only give you a better vantage point but also make it more difficult for someone to tamper with your cameras.  

2. Use Strategic Placement 

Use strategic placement to cover as much ground as possible. You want to ensure your cameras have a clear view of all entry points and areas where valuables are kept.  

3. Install Motion-Activated Lights Near Your Cameras

 This will help illuminate footage and serve as a deterrent for would-be criminals.  

 4. Keep Your Camera System Regularly Maintained

Regularly check that your cameras are functioning correctly and that all footage is stored safely.  

5. Consult a Professional

If you're an organization, it's critical to consult professional security experts (like our team at Grab The Axe) when designing your security camera system. They can help you ensure that your system is as effective as possible.

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