Find and confirm the presense of hidden cameras, with the pocket-sized CDLD Laser Camera detector. Wired, wireless, on, or off, the CDLD will find the cameras that someone hid to spy on you.
Light weight and portable.
Built in lithium-ion battery for extended operation.
Detects hidden video cameras, dead or alive, wired or wireless.
Adjustable sensitivity lens.
Laser detecting range of wired cameras (self-shoot): up to 65 ft.
Viewing Lens: IR filtered lens.
Power supply: Internal li-ion.
Battery Life: 3 to 4 hours.
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CDLD detection device.
Many people have the feeling they're being watched or eavesdropped on. Maybe you've had that feeling, yourself. The question is, "What are you doing about it?"
This wireless detector will expose wired and wireless cameras, dead or alive.
Direct the pulsating ring of LEDs whereever you suspect a camera and look through the infrared filtered lens. If you see a flashing red light, you've found a camera.
This device detects most signals from up to 65 feet away. Wireless transmitters vary in signal strength. Some are designed to transmit as far as three miles away. But the really tricky ones are the micro spy cams that can transmit only a few meters away. They are designed to output at low signal strengths so they are far more difficult to detect. To find them, the detector must be extra sensitive. You might have to be nearly on top of the hidden camera. But if the detector is too sensitive, you get false positives. This detector has a built-in sensitivity adjustment.
In fact, the built-in sensitivity adjustment is what separates this bug detector from many others on the market. These feature allows you to detect both strong and weak signal strengths, not just one or the other. Sweep the suspect area and gradually increase the sensitivity until you find the target.
The ability to find hidden cameras is of particular importance for law enforcement personnel and spies. Sometimes while you're keeping tabs on others, you also need to know whether somebody's keeping tabs on you. And its not like you can just ask and expect an honest answer. At those times, this device is your best friend. Well, aside from the weapon sitting comfortably in your holster (it can save your life, but it won't reveal a hidden camera).
Hidden Camera Tips
A hidden camera can be a great asset, especially if you use it properly. Here's some free information to help you do just that.
Don't announce you've installed a hidden camera. This may sound obvious, but it's a rule many people break.
Keep the existence of the camera on a "need to know" basis. The fewer people who know, the better.
If installing a camera in a bathroom or other normally private location (due to drug use, vandalism, etc.), consult an attorney about privacy violation issues first.
Take a cue from Realtors. Location, location, location. It's critical you install the camera where it can be concealed, but also where its viewing field won't be inadvertently blocked by people standing in front of it. It also needs to be fairly accessible for such things as retreiving the flashdrive, recharging the battery, cleaning the lens, etc.
Run a test once you've installed it. You may need to adjust angle, ambient lighting, height, focus, etc., to get the kind of footage you want.
Develop a schedule for accessing it without revealing that it's there. Obviously, pulling the flashdrive out of the breakroom monitoring camera during lunchtime isn't going to work.
A security device is a good investment, but it can do only so much. We offer excellent security devices, and we want you to get the most from your purchase. The following tips will help. We sell some security devices to consumers, so first some tips for those customers. Then some tips for our corporate customers.
Home security. You may have heard the expression, "When seconds count, the cops are only minutes away." Cameras and other detection devices are great, but what's the execution plan? Don't think "detect and report," think "detect and protect." The most effective home protection device is a shotgun. Typically, it doesn't need to be fired to have the desired effect. But this isn't the only protection measure. You can also have an escape and assembly plan, a safe room, or some other measure. Yes, install those detection devices. But don't think that simply knowing your perimeter is breached makes you safe.