When my pet Siamese cat nearly died because of food poisoning, the vet advised me to be on the lookout for a likely source. This prompted me to speak with my neighbor a couple of doors away regarding his practice of leaving his trash unattended for many days outside his apartment.
To my surprise, the guy feigned innocence and railed towards my undertone that he was uncouth. I decided then to employ some airtight hidden camera security to the situation to gather sufficient video evidence to make my other tenant eat his words.
Surveillance cameras offer a means of watching an area 24/7, and furtively so if these cameras look like something else. Looking like everything from alarm clocks to electrical outlets, disguised cameras can easily expose wrongdoings being hidden from public view.
However, I could not put just any spy camera to use. What object could I perhaps leave outside my own door to do some spying down the hall? Would I get away with setting up any electrical device in a common area in a building I did not own?
I ran across the solution in an infrared LED flashlight hidden spy camera with laser pointer. It is a high-resolution digital camera with a lens concealed in the center of a quite compact flashlight, that includes a built-in DVR for easy video storage.
Interestingly enough, most of us building occupants would come home armed with cell phone lights to make our way through the poorly lit hallways. A lady walking around, pointing a bright LED flashlight to each and every door would hardly be questioned.
My infrared LED flashlight hidden camera is even more ideal for recording and navigating with a faint light source. This hidden camera possessing a DVR had a free 8GB micro SD card which can be slotted into a computer with the suitable card reader.
Cruising the dingy parts of my condominium feels much less fearsome right now that I have hidden camera security right in my hands. After I sent my neighbor some embarrassing video footage of himself, he changed his ways although never talked to me again.