COMMON USES OF HIDDEN CAMERAS
Why do people use hidden cameras? Depending on the situation, there are many reasons why someone may use one. Here are a few.
- You can monitor your children when you're not around or monitor a baby while they're in the crib.
- They monitor family members who are sick or may have degenerative mental diseases like Alzheimer's. It also ensures that your loved one isn't being abused by their caregiver.
- You can use a hidden camera inside your home if you want to protect yourself against thieves or if you want to ensure a guest isn't messing up your home.
- If you suspect someone is vandalizing or harassing you, a camera can give you the proof you need to send to the police.
STATIONARY HIDDEN CAMERAS
These describe several camera types that you may want to use. These include:
These cameras are either constantly recording or only recording when there's motion in the area. Once you want to review the data, you connect it to your PC. Usually, these cameras are hidden, either being small or disguised as ordinary objects.
These describe cameras where you can watch their records in real-time, usually from your laptop, phone, or other devices. When you want to catch someone in the act right as the camera records, Internet cameras work well for this. Some cameras use a WIFI network, letting you connect and watch their recordings without logging in to a website.
WEARABLE HIDDEN CAMERA
A wearable camera works well if you want to record videos while walking. It stays on your body and is hidden from others. With it, it's possible to record discreetly, making it ideal if you need to be on the down-low about your recordings. Usually, a wearable camera is also disguised as an ordinary object, usually something a person wears.
FAQS ABOUT HIDDEN CAMERAS
CAN AN EMPLOYER MONITOR ME ON CAMERA?
A business must have your consent and need a legitimate reason to monitor its employees. Usually, this reason can ensure production or that no one is stealing from them. In addition, employers and managers need to give reminders that they are recording. In addition, they cannot record you in private areas. Let's say you work at Tim Hortons as an example. Recording in the lobby is standard, but the Tim Hortons bathroom is an area your employers cannot record.
CAN A NEIGHBOR RECORD MY HOUSE?
If they are on their own property or public property, they may be able to, but it depends on the state's laws. Ideally, the neighbor should have a good reason, and you need to ask why they are recording. If you feel like the neighbor is breaking your privacy by recording your bathroom window, you may have a case against them. However, most people agree that a neighbor recording you is not a sign of a healthy relationship.
REAL WORLD EXAMPLES OF WOMEN USING HIDDEN CAMERAS
HIDDEN CAMERAS AT STURGIS
In this viral video, a woman used a hidden camera inside a motorcycle event. This video helped her audience understand what it was like to be a woman in these events and gave some insight into how she was treated based on her gender.
HIDDEN CAMERA FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS
This woman placed a hidden camera inside her cleavage to raise awareness for breast cancer. While more of a publicity stunt, it proves women can use that area to record videos in their daily lives.
TOP BODY-WORN HIDDEN CAMERAS BY SPYCENTRE SECURITY
Glasses are an everyday accessory, making them perfect for recording videos. These glasses record video in crystal-clear 1080P, and a microphone is inside also to record sound. You can record for up to 1.5 hours and then review the videos through your computer.
Straight out of a James Bond movie, this hidden camera is disguised as a usable pen. Please place it in your pocket and go about your day with 1080P, 1440P, or 4K (2160P) video quality and up to 1 hour of recording time, and yes, it records audio while recording high-definition video. Once you're done recording, review the video on your PC and see what you can find.
An everyday object for any modern car owner, this camera disguises itself as a key fob, giving users up to 1 hour and 45 minutes of 1080P video and audio. Put it on your keychain, and bring it with you as you record content. What makes this unique is that the key fob buttons are the controls for your camera.
Another piece of tech straight out of a spy movie, this camera looks like a button on your shirt. Attach it to your clothing, and then go about your day. You can record up to 1 hour of 1080P video and audio content.
This camera is similar to the key fob one, so we won't repeat too much. The difference between the two is that it has WIFI capabilities, something the last key fob lacks. What differentiates this from the last one is that it emits its own WIFI network, meaning you can view the video in real-time.
Again, you'll feel like you're a secret agent when you check out this hidden camera. It captures high-resolution photos or video with audio, with up to 1 hour of recording before it needs a charge. The camera is hidden on the watch's 12 marker, so be sure to record at noon!
This camera is unique because you plug it into a PC when you're done recording. It looks like a regular USB drive you can purchase from any electronic store. Holding up to 16GBs of data and 1 hour and 40 minutes on a single charge, it works well if you need to record many high-definition videos with audio!