Hidden spy cameras and listening devices (aka bugs) are by definition not meant to be found. They have many very good uses one of which is listening or watching to what your competition is doing. It is affectionately called Industrial Espionage and is used all over the world.
Spy agencies like the CIA use spy cameras and hidden cameras even today to help them keep a pulse on their shadowy world to prevent terrorism and many other nasty things.
Law enforcement officers from local cops to the FBI have been using wireless camera, hidden video cameras and listening devices in rings for decades.
A hidden camera is just a board camera inside a house or office item-the plainer the better. The item is usually a working item to carry out the rouse. Some examples are wall clocks, radios, tower fans, exit signs and more. So what is the best way to find a hidden spy camera?
How about using a bug detector or even better the new multifunctional detector to find any wired or wireless hidden camera or listening device which is made with the idea of making it impossible to find the camera or bug.
To prove the point can you see the camera in these DVR Hidden Cameras? Did not think so.
All hidden cameras and listening devices emit radio frequencies (RF). When searching your home or office for bugs be sure to search everywhere. Bugs come in many shapes and sizes some being smaller than a penny. They are not meant to be easy to find.
It is so small and compact that it can be “carried in your pocket or purse for a quick sweeps of any area where you believe hidden cameras or microphones could be set up, including public restrooms, hotels, car, dressing rooms and gyms.”
“To operate the multifunctional detector visual detection feature, simply look through the specially focused viewing port, and any camera lenses within a 10 foot range will appear to flash red, giving away their location. RF mode and wave it around the room and any objects like you were dusting them. ”