Cool New Spy Cameras That Are Hot

Do you think you need a hidden spy camera? At first glance, most people will answer that with a negative. No, I don’t need one. What the heck would I use a spy camera for anyhow?

We addressed that subject recently in our article Is A Hidden Camera Watching You? There are so many uses for hidden spy cameras we can’t even list them all.

The most common use for a hidden spy camera is as a nanny camera to keep an eye on your babysitter or nanny while you’re away and possibly catch child abuse that may be happening.

You may use one as a way to catch an intruder who might enter your home while you’re not there.

Spy cameras can be used:

  • to catch employees who are cheating you at your business.
  • to catch cheating husbands and spouses in cases of infidelity.
  • to protect your parents and loved ones while they’re in a nursing home or long-term care facility. Elder abuse is a growing problem in the United States and worldwide.

Hidden cameras have been used by law enforcement officials in undercover stings for generations.

Spy cameras have been used by network and local television stations to create interesting shows that people love watching. The latest is an ABC show called “What Would You Do?” where innocent bystanders are placed in situations where they need to respond somehow, thus the ‘what would you do’?

The very first example of a TV show using hidden cameras was decades ago in a show called “Candid Camera”, remember that one?

So back on topic. Here are several of our brand-new hidden spy cameras you can use for a multitude of purposes.

The hidden camera that we are highlighting and will be carrying is this unusual AC Adapter that has infrared sensors for night vision recordings up to 12 feet away and motion sensors that prevent dead time on your video because it only records when movement is detected. It has 16 GB of internal memory for five hours of footage. You can plug it into any standard wall outlet and it works with Windows and Mac operating systems.

And the last new hidden spy camera that we are highlighting today is this Alarm Clock that is a fully functioning alarm clock which also has night vision sensors that can capture and record video up to 30 feet away in complete darkness. It can record in continuous or motion detection mode. All video is time and date stamped for cataloging. It includes an 8 GB micro SD card that can be upgraded to a 32 GB micro SD card that is available as an accessory. A USB cable that is included can connect to your computer for playback or file transfers. This high-quality product has a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty.

Other new hidden spy cameras include an overhead smoke detector or remote control tie spy camera, coffee mug, key fob, and even cigarette lighters.

There is a coat hook hidden spy camera. Also new to our product line is a cross pendant, belt, sports goggles, eyeglasses, and pen. In total, we are introducing 16 new hidden spy cameras to our already burgeoning line of spy cameras- the largest in any one place on the Internet with over 300 to choose from.

As we said in my article from 2013 about Hidden Camera Holiday Gift Ideas “the purpose of any hidden camera is to detect and catch people in the act of doing things they shouldn’t be doing.”

Basically, hidden cameras are pinhole spy cameras that now have DVRs included that are hidden inside common products that people are used to seeing on a regular basis. The more common they are the better. The most common products to house hidden cameras are wall clocks and children’s toys, but as we have seen in this article, they can literally be inside just about anything.

That list of uses is certainly not complete. What other uses could you find for a spy camera? Do you have an idea for a hidden camera? Tell us about your idea.