Without going into reasons why you’d install spy cameras in your bedroom, it is important to say there’s not a lot of options here. Unless we’re dealing with kid’s bedrooms of course, then the cameras are easily placed in a huge variety of toys. The most common ones are surely teddy bear cameras, which enable you to secretly spy on your nanny while she’s alone with your children.
For bedrooms for adults, the most inconspicuous way to hide a camera in your bedroom is an alarm clock. Everyone has one next to their beds, and hiding a spy camera in your bedroom’s alarm clock is at the same time most obvious yet most hidden place. An alarm clock camera can even be plugged in for virtually unlimited recording of both video and audio without worrying about batteries.
Finding everyday objects which don’t look out of place is the best trick for hiding spy cams in bedrooms much like any other room. Another great choice is a covert camera in a smoke detector: it makes perfect sense to have one in your bedroom, and it’s not even noticeable at first glance.