HOW TO DETECT A HIDDEN CAMERA IN A ROOM AND AVOID BEEN PHOTOGRAPHED OR RECORDED SECRETLY

DETECT A HIDDEN CAMERA IN A ROOM

When you stay in a hotel, how do you know there is no room secret pinhole camera. When you travel to an unfamiliar destination or take a business trip, you stay at a hotel, but what you do not know is that you could unknowingly be photographed or be secretly recorded.

In this age of smart recording devices and pinhole sized drones, always remember when staying in a hotel, that you can use this method to check your room :

1.When you have entered into your room, turn off the lights, and close the curtains,open your phone camera, do not turn the flash light on.

2.Turn around the room with your cell phone.
When a red dot is found on your screen, that means that a hidden web camera is installed. If no red dots, then the room is okay.

A wireless camera detector is a small battery-operated device that scans certain frequencies looking for the signals emitted by hidden wireless security cameras. If it detects such a signal it alerts by flashing a LED light or sounding an alarm.
 
Wireless security cameras are miniature battery-operated spy cameras that can be hidden virtually anywhere. They transmit a signal to a receiver that can surreptitiously record activity when movement triggers the camera.
Commonly called “nanny cams” for their notoriety in catching abusive caretakers in the act, these cameras have also been used to unscrupulously record people in public changing rooms, hotel rooms, public restrooms, in rented apartments and houses and in a variety of settings assumed to be private.
Discovering that one of these highly affordable, tiny devices is watching and recording surreptitiously is close to impossible without a wireless camera detector.
 
A wireless camera detector, about the size of a cigarette lighter, is small enough to carry in your pocket or purse. It only needs to be switched on and slowly waved or pointed in various directions.
You can walk through your home with it, bring it shopping and use it when you step into a changing stall or restroom, or switch it on anywhere else you expect a high degree of privacy. The detector will quickly confirm your trust or alert you that an intrusive wireless camera is watching.
 
Wireless camera detectors normally scan from 50MHz to 3GHz at variable distances and channels. These devices scan radio frequency (RF) waves and cannot detect closed circuit television (CCTV).
 
Some wireless camera detectors also locate audio bug devices. Generally these units scan a wider array of frequencies starting in the 2MHz — 10MHz range, up to 3GHz. More expensive models feature locating technology to guide you to the position of the hidden camera or bug.
 
An alternate wireless camera detector, purportedly used by the military and now available to the public, locates both wired and wireless cams whether they are transmitting RF waves or not (i.e. whether they are turned on or off).
This small device uses an array of very powerful LEDs surrounding a viewport. By looking through the viewport and depressing a button to activate the LEDs, you can slowly scan the room where cameras might be suspected.
 
As miniaturized spy technologies have become affordable and proliferated, potentially compromising security and privacy, counter technology continues to move forward as well. Wireless camera detectors, bug detectors and cell phone detectors are all examples of this growing industry.

 

Please forward this message to your friends who travel a lot. And those that make a lot of business trips. And those that may be sleep nude. My dear friends and sisters kindly note and be aware. Don’t be a victim of a nude picture

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