Exciting New WiFi Hidden Spy Cameras
We are proud to be carrying a new line of hidden cameras with wireless Wi-Fi Internet connection that enables you to view what the camera sees from anywhere on practically any device including android, iPhone, iPad, iPod, PC, Mac and other devices.
These new cameras are in keeping with our commitment to carry the latest in high-tech equipment for our hidden camera users.
In today’s article we will highlight five of the close to 40 new cameras that we carry with Wi-Fi connectivity. This will give you an idea of what they look like, what they can do and how much they cost.
But before we begin we suggest that you take a look at our recent article entitled ‘Is There A Hidden Spy Camera In Your Future?’ In that article we explain several of the major uses of hidden cameras including but not limited to the most common use as a nanny camera, for home security, business security – to keep employees honest, to catch elder abuse, to catch marital infidelity in the act or for undercover stings. In general they are used to catch people doing things they shouldn’t be doing whether that’s an illegal activity or not.
A hidden spy camera is nothing more than a common household product that people are used to seeing in a home, office or business setting. The more common the product the better. Inside the product is a pinhole camera and DVR to record what the camera sees.
All of these new cameras are user-friendly in their set up and have an optional 20 hour battery for wireless operation which is available as an accessory. There is no software required. There is a direct audiovisual transmission to the router. Multilevel user control is password protected.
They all have UPNP capability for quick and easy setup. Universal Plug and Play (UPNP) is a set of “networking protocols that permits networked devices, such as personal computers, printers, Internet gateways, Wi-Fi access points and mobile devices to seamlessly discover each other’s presence on the network and establish functional network services for data sharing.”
Please note that Macs require Evocam (evocam.com) for recording capabilities and without it will only stream LIVE surveillance.
The first one that we’re reviewing is this WiFi Night Vision Hidden Camera that has infrared night vision capability up to 30 feet in low light. All video is date/time stamped. It has a 75° viewing angle and a normal range of 300 feet. It measures 2.75″ x 4.25″ so it is small enough to fit just about anywhere. It features motion activated recording. When motion is detected instant email alerts are sent and recording begins. It is smart phone friendly and is compatible with Microsoft Windows up to Windows 8. Images may be uploaded with FTP.
The next Wi-Fi hidden camera that we are reviewing is this Black Box With Lens Extension that allows for convenient placement for optical camera views. It also features motion activated recording. When motion is detected an email alert and image upload to FTP are sent and recording begins. It is compatible with Internet Explorer and other standard browsers. It is smart phone friendly and viewing/recording controls with remote access can be made from anywhere at any time.
Some of the other new cameras that we have with Wi-Fi connectivity are an exit sign, a fake plant, a Blu-ray player, fake fire sprinkler, working wall clock and computer speakers.
Have you ever wanted to put a hidden camera inside a product in your house or business but couldn’t find what you were looking for on the Internet? This next product will enable you to do it yourself (DIY).
It enables you to create a covert housing from whatever you want in this DIY WiFi Camera Kit that as far as we know is the first of its kind in the industry. It also features motion activated recording with instant email alerts and recording triggered by the motion detection as well as automatic FTP image upload. This enables you to work with your hands and make your own choices. It comes preassembled without the housing so the location and product you want to hide the camera in is completely up to you.
The next product that we are reviewing is this fully functioning DVD/VCR Player that is also motion activated and will send you an instant alert via email and auto image upload to FTP. It features direct audiovisual transmission to the router and works with Internet Explorer and other standard browsers. No other software is required. It is fast easy Wi-Fi connectivity.
Additional new Wi-Fi hidden cameras are a Bluetooth alarm clock, pinhole desk lamp, fake smoke detector (both vertical and horizontal models), fake motion sensor, fake electrical outlet, working air purifier and more.
The last one we are reviewing in today’s article is this Mirror With Jewelry Box it is probably the biggest hidden camera in the world because it measures 56 ½ inches tall 16 inches wide and 3 ½ inches deep. It is the full-length mirror with a lockable jewelry box inside along with the Wi-Fi spy camera. This Wi-Fi hidden camera is smart phone friendly and features motion activated recording with easy user-friendly interface that can connect with different cameras at different locations.
If you are looking for a unique way to see what’s going on in your home, office or business when you can’t be there personally, a hidden spy camera gives you the opportunity to do just that-almost like being in two places at the same time.
As of this writing we have 328 Hidden Spy Cameras available for you to choose from in every price range and almost any product. If we don’t have it, it probably doesn’t exist-so make your own with our new do-it-yourself kit! We are proud to say this is the largest collection of hidden cameras available in one place on the Internet.
What is your experience with hidden cameras? How do you use them? Please share your experience. We want to hear your thoughts.