Living rooms and kitchens have a variety of common objects and provide you with the most ways to get creative. A camera in sunglasses left on a stand, or a simple electrical outlet can easily go unnoticed. If you don’t allow smoking in your living room, a recording device hidden in a smoke detector can fool even the most keen eye.
Another great hidden spy cam idea is to purchase one looking like an air freshener, radio clock or water bottle — the choices are nearly unlimited. Most of these hidden spy cams can fool everyone not looking too closely, and will record any footage you might find interesting. Wall clocks with cameras can get looked at very often, but often the best place to hide something is in plain sight.
Overall there’s a wide assortment of hidden cameras, and as always the best way to hide them is to make sure they look like everyday objects belonging in the room they’re in. It can be quite embarrassing to have to explain to your guests why you’re recording them, so the best way to go about it is to make sure they never even suspect anything, much less find a spy camera.
Good place to find decent spy cams for your kitchen, living room or dining room is Amazon. There are dozens if not hundreds of different hidden cameras for any part of home and it’s a great site to get started looking.
Prices are for the most part affordable and depend on your needs and the camera’s capabilities. Full HD with days of storage space for your recordings might get pricey, but regular HD cameras that can feed footage to your PC can be quite cheap.