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What Things to Consider Before Sweeping for Hidden Cameras?

What Things to Consider Before Sweeping for Hidden Cameras?

Security has become such an important issue that wherever we go, irrespective of the time and place our actions are constantly being monitored. You can see numerous security cameras and CCTVs installed nearby which are there to detect any suspicious activity but these cameras ensure the fact that you know about yourself being monitored.

Things get a little different when it comes to the detection of hidden cameras, you might not even be able to tell where the cameras are and you are being monitored continuously. 

Hidden cameras are obviously installed in a spot where you don’t expect them to be that is why they are difficult to find and technological advancements have made these type of products available for a very low price that means anyone with the intention of spying on you can easily do this using these cameras.

The legal aspect of this says that filming someone without their consent is illegal, but the problem is proving that you have been filmed. The most common spots for hidden cameras are mirrors, smoke detectors, lamps, windows, and other things and devices that have the potential or space to hide a camera.

Moreover, it’s always better to check your surroundings at the first place, you can do this by taking a look around and examining if there is anything unusual or is there anything which seems to have been moved from its place. Places where you don’t usually sit or furniture you don’t use much can also be used to house a hidden camera.

While looking for hidden cameras you should also know what you are looking for. Electronic gadgets and devices which show unusual lightings, wires, bro sound, etc. can be used to hide a camera. If you don’t find any such thing but you are still suspicious you can simply teen turn off the lights and look for any small LED light turned on or blinking, cracks and holes should be given special attention.

You can also use your mobile phone to look for hidden cameras, there are a number of aids available online which apply a filter on your phone’s camera which detects infrared lights that usually electronic devices like cameras emit and are not visible to named human eye. 

Also, you can also dial a number and put your phone on speaker after which if you sweep your phone around the phone will start to produce a static sound which is a result of any electric device being close. These techniques are enough to detect any hidden camera but if you are still not satisfied you can take professional help anytime you need want.

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