My wifeless uncle owns a two-story apartment building which gets an unceasing supply of tenants coming from the university close by. Not like the mostly well-behaved graduate students the undergraduates certainly are a thorn in his side. That goes for the boys and the ladies.
I empathize simply because I lived here once at no cost. When I saw uncle looking for small spy gadgets online I recommended that he make his mini hidden cameras wireless in order that they are easier to camouflage and to place on knotty areas.
For certain I knew what moms younger sibling was doing. Via disguised cameras he set out to keep tabs on his tenants without their knowing. Maybe he expected to catch offenders in the act and obtain evidence to boot out the worst of them.
These college kids were a tricky lot though. Either they figure the hidden cameras out or wreck those unintentionally since they were unruly like that. I got a tiny screw hidden camera on the net that would send uncle ten steps ahead of the game.
Never in a million years would a screw be suspected as being something else definitely not as concealing a wee video camera within. I had it set up where the exhaust fan was in each and every apartment making it even more unnoticeable.
While the power source to wired cameras is continuous our wireless cameras would not give themselves away owing to the absence of cords. The black and white cameras with .003 Lux preserve video clarity in near-total darkness as long as there is little light.
Given that each forgettable-looking screw hidden camera came with a free 2.4 GHz receiver I went to work putting it up at once. We followed a list that uncle had made according to what he felt were his most problematic rooms.
Keeping your mini hidden cameras wireless takes away the need for wiring plus you’re free to transfer them around. It worked on my uncles favor and filtered out the unpleasant occupants of his living spaces.