Spy & Security Gadgets:

KJB Security Rabbler Noise Interference Creator

Rabbler Noise Generator Device
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HD 4K Wifi Smoke Detector Spy Camera with Dual-Lens Night Vision and Audio

Smoke Detector Spy Camera with Dual-Lens Night Vision and Audio
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Taser® X2 Stun Gun with Double Lasers

Taser® X2 Stun Gun with Double Lasers
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Mini SpyWfi™ DIY Spy Camera with Audio (1.8″x1.7″x0.7″ in Size)

Spy Camera, Mini, DIY Wifi
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Wireless Transmitter

Many wireless cameras come with transmitters already built in. But you can turn any wired camera into wireless with the help of a transmitter and receiver. Transmitter is a device that transfers spy camera signal wirelessly into the receiver, which can be setup a great distance away. Keep in mind that the distance and obstacles … Read more

Wireless Receiver

We’ve briefly covered what a wireless transmitter is and how it works before. Now let’s discuss another component of a spy package – the receiver. Basically these 2 always work in conjunction. A spy camera without a receiver is pointless as it’s recording to nowhere. So what is a receiver then? Wireless receiver (as you probably guessed … Read more

What is Weatherproof Camera?

You’ll notice the word weatherproof used quite often in security/spy camera descriptions. What does it mean? Weather-Proof means resistant to weather/environmental conditions. Security CCTV cameras are designed to be weatherproof. The purpose is usually to monitor outside the building. This means a camera is exposed to extreme weather conditions. And if “weather-proof” is mentioned, it … Read more

Waterproof Cameras

Sometimes you’ll see the word “waterproof” in the description of a spy camera. This means that you can safely use this camera under water. Some digital camcorders or mini surveillance cameras are designed to be water resistant. For monitoring activity in the pools or simply filming corals for entertainment. Waterproof spy cameras are engineered in … Read more

VCR Technology

VCR or video cassette recorder first was invented in 1960’s and became available to general public in seventies. It was created by a giant JVC. VCR allowed to record TV programs and playback video recorder with video cameras. It was a revolutionary technology that allowed DVD and TiVo to appear today. For a long time … Read more

What are TV Lines?

Essentially, TVL or TV lines are how resolution was measured before digital video recorders appeared on the market. Nowadays cameras and older monitors use TV lines term to refer to the quality of image you get. TVL determines the resolution quality of analog security cameras or TV monitors. Basically, you should know that the more … Read more

TCP/IP Network

Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol is the solution that allows internet to exist. TCP/IP helps computers find each other. It is supported in intranet (private/local computer network) and internet. To be more correct TCP and IP are two different protocols letting hosts connect to each other. IP refers to network layer, while TCP to the transport … Read more

Spy Camera Lens

Camera lens is simply a specifically shaped piece of glass or multiple glasses used along with other electronic devices to focus images. You first heard about lens in reference to photography and photo cameras. But as a matter of fact, pretty much the same lens is used in video cameras too. CCTV, mini spy cameras, … Read more

Spy Camera FPS (Frames per Second)

FPS is the frequency at which an imaging device is capable of making images. One frame – one image. Standard FPS is 24 frames per second. But FPS can be as high as 1000000. What it means is basically you can get more visuals per time frame. If you film a bullet shot from a … Read more

What are Spy Bugs?

Generally we refer to insects. In computer world, we refer to an issue with software. In spy world, we refer to spying device. More correctly – audio listening device. Spy bug is usually a tiny in size device created to eavesdrop on someone’s conversations. It can be a small microchip installed in your phone (surveillance … Read more