For a sales person, I am no good in recognizing people. I would run into a client’s family or staff and draw a complete blank. When the name comes to me, though, I could recall my entire history with that client down to the minutest details.
Right after reaching middle management, I could no longer afford to fail to identify men and women I should already know. So, I considered the use of hidden body cameras to chronicle each and every encounter with a client’s associates so as not to forget.
Preserving those meetings on video was just what I needed to be able to study faces until I commit them to memory. And disguised cameras will let me do it inconspicuously lest I make any individual uncomfortable and embarrass myself further.
I began using a button, one that conceals a small camera within and came packaged with five more to match to ensure that I could replace a shirt’s entire set of buttons. Given that I scored it with a mini DVR, my way of surveillance was absolutely portable and mobile.
Though a wired camera would have assured a continual power supply, the task needed a wireless camera sans wires or cables to blow the whistle on my stab at self-help. I got my little button hidden camera with a free 2.4 GHz receiver, as well.
I picked a black and white camera having .003 lux since I could be introduced to a new person within the automobile or some dramatically lit restaurant. This minimum illumination ensures that the footage is shot clearly as long as there’s a faint light source.
Owing to the added DVR, I am able to play the recordings again and again with no trouble by plugging the SD card into the proper slot on a computer. Hooking up the camera to a television or similar screen via an RCA cable will also do it.
Since hidden body cameras go in places you go, it becomes an easy task to document persons as opposed to locations. I now manage to amaze other folks and get on their good side simply by remembering them even after a short chance meeting.