Police have released this CCTV image of three men who threatened staff in a Horsham shop before stealing £10,000 worth of cameras.
The robbery took place at Jessops in Swan Walk just after 4pm on Wednesday 25 June.
Police are hoping someone may recognise the suspects and come forward with information.
All the items have unique serial numbers and police are keen to hear from anyone who may have been offered cameras or lenses in suspicious circumstances.
Detective Constable John Hord, of West Sussex CID, said:
A great way to tackle crime or a big brother style invasion of privacy? CCTV cameras can be found on most high streets nowadays. And one of the largest CCTV hubs in the country, covering North Kent has resulted in thousands of arrests since it came into operation last April.
The majority, for shoplifting, anti-social behaviour, assault and affray. Sarah Saunders spoke to Sgt Steve Holpin from Kent police and Medway Council's Robin Cooper.
More than 100 arrests have been made in Bournemouth since the introduction of mobile CCTV cameras in the town 12 months ago. The local council say they have "improved community safety." But civil rights groups say that the equipment invades peoples privacy.
Plans to install surveillance cameras in taxis in Oxford have been put on hold. The City Council wants to make it compulsory for drivers to have the equipment in their cabs. Concerns about privacy are being investigated.