Pinhole cameras are typically used for providing surveillance at home or work, without anyone noticing them. They can be used to monitor vandalism, theft, break ins, and domestic and office movements. They are usually fixed in several places. You can use them to watch over babysitters, nannies, housekeepers, and other people who may be entering your home during the day. If you have people coming to your home while you are not there during the day, it is a good idea to keep an eye on them. Some people have reported feeling like they have a better feeling of control over their home after installing pinhole cameras.
About Pinhole Cameras
Pinhole cameras are used to monitor a specific location without being detected. The main point of a pinhole camera is for it to monitor areas by looking like a domestic or commercial object and not being recognized. In this case, the camera will blend into any background without drawing attention to itself. A pinhole camera does not have a lens; it has a tiny aperture, known as a pinhole. Pinhole cameras with CCDs (charged-coupled devices) are typically used for surveillance since they a difficult to detect by people. One major feature is that it can take spherical or cylindrical perspective pictures by curving the film plane. If you use a DVR to support your pinhole camera, you can even use motion detection. They work reasonably well in low light situations, but they do not have built-in IR night vision.
Where To Use Them
In your house, you can fix a pinhole camera to the front door. This will help you monitor who is coming and going throughout the day. A covert camera with a floodlight can be used hanging outside your front door, front porch, or the eaves of your roof. Living rooms and bedrooms are good places since family activities take place there. You can place the cameras in a wall clock, picture frame, or even near the air conditioner.
Reception areas at work can also be good places for pinhole cameras. It can help you monitor who is entering and exiting your business throughout the day. Also at work are reception areas and break rooms. The cameras are used to prevent vandalism and to monitor employees in case of accidents and harassment. Home offices are important places to keep cameras because there are sensitive documents and valuables in there that need to be protected.
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