Thanks for the replies!
I think that I can speak for a lot of folks over here when I say that I'm a little confused.
We're accustomed to one brand, one identity. That is to say that a Ford is a Ford and a Honda is a Honda. If I'm understanding you correctly, a Scoutguard is not necessarily a Scoutguard? Does this mean that not all Scoutguards of the same model are created equal? Please explain how the business model operates. Are there several companies in China all making competing cameras of the same name? Again, thank you for participating in these discussions. I don't intend for the tone of my quarries to seem adversarial, I'm simply trying to understand.
Before 2012, the official model names of our products include SG550, SG560, SG570, SG370, SG565F, SG550M/SG580M, MG582, SG560D, SG560P etc.
From 2012, we are releasing many new models, like SG550-8M, SG560-8M, SG570-6M, SG370-4M, SG565F-8M, SG560D-8M, SG560P-8M, SG550M-8M, MG882K-8M, SG850MK-8M, SG968K-10M, BG30K, BG30L, SG968G-10M, etc.
Many of these models are upgrades from previous models. Due to these ugrades, counterfeits will have more difficulty to sustain.