spy cam DETECTOR


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Ukay

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maybe u can try 3rd floor sim lim tower n square...
 

sk.images

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What is a spy cam detector. I can imagine there are infr-red detectors, but if the camera isn't infra-red then how to detect?
 

matthew

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cyber_m0nkey said:
What is a spy cam detector. I can imagine there are infr-red detectors, but if the camera isn't infra-red then how to detect?
I and a collegue recently found two concealed camera's in a disused office area. One was running off a plugpack (camera in a ring binder on a bookshelf with other ring binders), one powered by a 9v battery (flat when I found it), concealed in a (dummy, but if they had been smarter) data outlet. The battery powered one had been there at least a year and probably had been dead for months when I removed it. (Going by the date code on the 9v battery).

Both were wireless. 2.4Ghz.(I found the devices in an online electronics catalogue, so I know their specs) You could in theory detect their operation with a RF signal meter. Filtering out bluetooth phones and 802.11 wireless laptops could be challenge though.

I never did manage to find the reciever though.
 

yanyewkay

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is a frequency scanner legal in sg?

anyway, those 'spy cam detectors' can only detect wireless cams. For wired ones you can't detect them from scanners.
 

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Singapore Technlogies alot of hidden cameras. Beware


yanyewkay said:
is a frequency scanner legal in sg?

anyway, those 'spy cam detectors' can only detect wireless cams. For wired ones you can't detect them from scanners.
 

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