Peace of mind is now within your reach. The Camera Detector™ offers state of the art protection against hidden cameras. The unit not only detects such devices, its LED display and audio tone actually pinpoint the precise location of them.
Perfect for securing homes, offices, and hotel rooms.
When a camera is discovered, a LED light flickers and an audible alarm sounds. An auto adjusting sensitivity tuner allows you to scan variable distances. It can even check multiple channels. It can detect frequencies anywhere from 50 MHz to 3 GHz, picking up most wireless cameras.
Advanced circuitry eliminates background noise, minimizing false alarms. The Camera Detector puts peace of mind in the palm of your hand.
The audio alarm can be turned off for discreet sweeps, while the unit’s sensitivity adjustment minimizes false alarms. The Camera Detector™ features wide range circuitry that enables it to detect concealed transmitters operating on frequencies from 50 MHz to 3 GHz.
You didn’t know they were watching…until now.
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.
We have a security service that does hidden camera detection for us. They've almost never found anything, yet we had suspicions that somehow our conference rooms were being bugged.
It turned out that the copier tech was putting non-transmitting SD-card cameras in these rooms and then retrieving them. He was observed several times going into these rooms, though none had a copier. This camera detector didn't detect those kinds of cameras, but the little we spent on it proved to us that we were wasting our money on the security firm's camera detection services.
We now have keycard access for all conference rooms. For this reason, we don't think the SD card cameras will be used ever again. So now we sweep for transmitting cameras without needing to (over)pay a contractor to do that for us.
Worth every penny, 3.26.2010
Reviewer: James McIntyre (Bedford, TX)
So far, I have found not one, but three hidden cameras in our offices. We are a small company and don't have deep pockets. When someone steals from us, it hurts. One competitor in particular always seems to come out with new products just like ours or to visit major new accounts just before we do. Now with the cameras removed, they seem to have had a run of "bad luck."