Pelco IP Camera Price Cuts

By: Ethan Ace, Published on Jul 24, 2014

Starting July 1, 2014, Pelco has made significant price cuts across their mid to high end IP camera lines.

In this note, we examine the price cuts and how this impacts Pelco's competitive positioning against other large brands like Axis, Panasonic and Sony.

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Comments (2)

Seems the mid to top tier manufacturers will have to continue with price reductions to stay competitive with the bottom tier products, but that will probably coincide with commiserate reductions in quality and / or service and warranty.

Perhaps so, but I find Pelco's support has always been solid in my area. I have noticed more lower-end models from the top manufacturers however.

You get what you pay for I guess.

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