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Equipment Protection with Camera Labels
For a business owner, their equipment is one of the most valuable assets to have. The initial cost of the item and its required use makes it difficult to replace in so many circumstances.
Owners within the professional photography service industry are no exception. With many opting for the newest and highest quality equipment on the market to help create the best snap shots – often with high price tags to match - it is easy to see why such assets are so valuable. Cameras, lights and other necessary equipment are imperative assets to enable such a service to be provided. With such high importance within a business, how can these photography assets be kept safe?
Camera labels can be added to all cameras and equipment to give that piece of mind that your business assets are safe. They can be tailor designed with your contact details – from contact number to business name - so, if lost, the item is more likely to be returned to you. With options for serial numbers which are widely recognised, camera labels offer that extra protection for your expensive equipment. These serial numbers can also be passed onto your business insurance provider, acting as a secondary record of your assets.
Camera labels are available in a variety of shaped and sizes, depending on your requirements and the item to be labelled. Some companies, such as DANTECH asset labels, can offer sizes from as small as 9mm, making them ideal to fit onto even small cameras. With resistance to high temperatures – ideal when thinking of how hot studio lighting can get – these labels are hard wearing and can be affixed in a variety of different places on many types of cameras and photography equipment, even inside battery compartments!
Not only do camera labels offer increase the likelihood of a product being returned, they can also act as an initial deterrent from thieves. Once affixed, camera labels cannot be removed in one piece when tampered with, leaving tell tail signs that the equipment could be stolen to any potential purchasers.
If you would like more information on camera labels please contact a member of the DANTECH asset labels team on 01354 688488 or visit the company’s website to browse what options may be suitable for you.
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