Hidden spy cameras used to be used only by law enforcement governmental agencies because they were so expensive. Those agencies still use hidden cameras but the prices have dropped so much that anyone can now afford a hidden camera with prices as low as $ 100.00 sometimes less.
Here are the top reasons to use hidden spy cameras.
1. Business Security. You see them everywhere banks, casinos, hotels, convenience stores, office buildings, train stations, airports-just about anywhere money changes hands or people congregate.
2. Nursing homes and long term care facilities. Just trying to keep everyone honest.
3. Home Security. Burglary may be the only are of crime that is rising.
4. Office Security.
5. Maintains Property Values. Cameras can prevent deterioration of home or business property.
6. Added Value to any Property. Home, business, or vacation properties values are enhanced by security cameras.
7. Insurance Discounts. Homes and businesses with security cameras often get discounts on their insurance.
8. Private Investigators. Infidelity cases are a huge part of their workload.
9. Employee Training. Record what is done to show ways to improve.
10. Employee Performance. Record what is done to show ways to improve.
11. Undercover Sting Operations. Where would NBC be without its pervert cam undercover series?
12. Keep and Eye on the Nanny. Or babysitter or your grown kids.
13. Infidelity. Is absolutely huge sorry to say.
14. Traffic Surveillance and Law Enforcement. Cities all over the world use surveillance cameras to watch traffic congestion and many now are using cameras for red light and speeding enforcement.
Some cameras have the ability of being viewed from anywhere in the world via the internet. Cameras come in just about any size and capability you can imagine from dome cameras which are the most widely used surveillance cameras in the world to familiarize bullet cameras that are mostly used for outdoor surveillance.
Hidden cameras are just that small board camera is built into an everyday item. The camera can be wired which means it is connected to the DVR or VCR using a cable. The camera can also be wireless, in this case the camera transmits a signal to a receiver that is connected to the DVR or VCR.
Technology is changing all the time. Now there is a line of hidden cameras that have a built in DVR. They record images on an 8 GB SD card for playback on your computer or TV. Talk about easy.
Using a remote control you can start and end recording up to 144 hours worth depending on resolution and speed. Recordings are motion activated so that unbearable dead space is eliminated.
I am sure you can think of other reasons to use a hidden camera. If you do let me know maybe it can be used in an upcoming article.