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The term "hidden camera" is commonly used in TV shows Professional

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hidden camera or spy camera is a still or video camera used to record people without their knowledge. The term "hidden camera" is commonly used in TV shows, sometimes when subjects are unaware that they are being recorded, and usually lacking their knowledge and consent. The term "spy camera" is generally used when the subject would object to being recorded if they were aware of the camera's existence. In contrast, "security cameras" refer to cameras that are visible and/or accompanied by a warning notice of their presence.

wireless hidden camera creates pictures like any other digital video camera. Light comes through the lens, which focuses it on a small grid of light detectors. In a black-and-white surveillance camera, each detector simply gauges how much light there is at a particular place in the image.

WiFi hidden camera allows you to be in two places at once. Protect what matters most to you from next door or across the world. Real time live streaming remote viewing enables you to check in on your camera using your Smartphone or tablet with the included app. You'll benefit from many of the features found on security cameras like motion activated recording, wide viewing angles, sd card video storage, and night vision to name a few. Home or office security has never been more affordable. Using any of these covert hidden surveillance cameras you'll be capturing video from these spy gadgets WiFi cameras in minutes.

spy camera is a device that is capable of capturing video (and sometimes audio) of a location without the subjects' knowledge. Although they are occasionally used for commercial purposes, spy cameras are mainly used for surveillance activities. Spy cameras are also sometimes known as nanny cameras or nanny cams, due to the common use of spy cameras in checking on caregivers' treatment of children.