Do you even have that feeling like someone is watching you?
Personal space and privacy are often plagued by intrusions and undesired eyes and ears. If you fear that there might be hidden cameras or wireless microphones in your home, office or any other place where you expect privacy, this personal bug detector is just the right tool for you.
With just a little bit of practice you can be extremely effective at searching a room and detecting any hidden cameras. You can even detect any wireless cameras or microphones and narrow their position with the use of the wireless signal detector.
This personal bug detector is not only easy to use, but its performance rivals many professional detectors selling for thousands of dollars. A wide detection range of 50MHz - 6GHz covers most currently commercially available surveillance equipment.
Take it with you shopping to ensure that your fitting room is private, take it with you on vacation to ensure your hotel room doesn't include unauthorized viewing seats!
Corporate espionage is real and it can cost your business millions of dollars! Do a quick scan of a meeting room prior to discussing confidential information or unveiling of sensitive data. Your meeting room is now secure from unwanted cameras or wireless transmissions that can ruin your next big unveiling.
A perfect tool for detectives that need effective and affordable debugging equipment. This device is a fantastic camera detector, because it detects ALL cameras regardless of how they work. Best of all, not only will it detect the presence of a camera, it will pin point its exact location!
Running on a rechargeable battery, you can run this personal camera detector for up to 6 continuous hours of camera detection or up to 15 hours when running just RF detection.
Does this thing actually work?
Thanks for asking this question. The camera detector has two detection modes. You can detect camera lenses or RF signals. If you use the bug detector to search for cameras the suggested method is the physical camera lens finder mode. You turn the unit on and look through the viewfinder with the flashing lights on. When a camera is detected the exact location of the camera lens is flashed back at you. This flashing is very different from the flashing you would expect from a reflective surface. If you want to search for wireless devices, you would turn the RF detection mode on and adjust the sensitivy. As frequencies are detected the bug detector will light up or beep to indicate a signal has been detected. You will then use the sensitivity adjustment to hone in at the device's location. That is the work abouts explained it in a nut shell!