THE SPY FINDER
FINDS ANY COVERT HIDDEN CAMERA DEAD OR ALIVE!
Can Locate and Scan Any Rest Room,
Office, Hotel Room, Conference Room or Home For
Any Covert or Overt Video Camera Device Dead Or Alive
Last Year, Over 74 Million Dollars Was
Spent On Spy Cameras
Alone. They Are Everywhere, Mostly Where They Shouldn't Be
In The First Place. This Device Locates Spy/Pinhole Cameras, Wired
Dead or Alive From 30 FEET!!!!
We Even Include A Free Spy Camera Just To Ensure Our
Customers Know (RIGHT AWAY) Just How Easy And Effective
This Device Is. Within 30 Seconds, You'll Understand When We
Say "NO MORE HIDDEN CAMERAS!!!!"
Anyone Hiding A Camera In A Dressing Room, Tanning Booth,
Restroom, Etc. WILL BE CAUGHT...........
FREE!!!! We Include A Working Spy Pinhole Camera.
BE PERFECTLY SURE WE ARE NOT EXAGGERATING.
TEST This Technology The Moment You Receive Your Order.
The SpyFinder hidden camera detector/locator is the most reliable
and easy to use technology on the market for making sure that your
private actions are not being watched. Its function is based on the
principle of optical augmentation. This technical jargon refers to
the phenomenon where light reflected from a focused optical system,
such as a video camera, is reflected along the same path as the incident
light. This means that if a hidden camera is illuminated and viewed
with the SpyFinder technology, then a strong reflection from the target
camera will reveal its position to the user.
The SpyFinder exploits this phenomenon by using a ring of ultra-bright
LEDs arranged around a viewing port. When a user scans a room looking
through the viewing port, a hidden camera appearing in the field of
view will brightly reflect the light from the LEDs.
While the equivalent of rocket scientists thought up the SpyFinder
technology, operating it is not rocket science. Simply look through
the viewing port (see photo) and depress the button to activate the
LEDs. Slowly scan areas where hidden cameras are suspected and look
for bright reflected spots. Remember, most hidden video cameras use
pinhole camera lenses, so the spot you are looking for could be small.
If you see a suspected camera, move your vantage point slightly. If
the location of the reflection moves as you move, then this is not
a camera. If the location of the reflection does not move, then it
is highly likely that you have discovered the optics of a hidden camera.
For example, consider a wall clock that has a domed plastic cover
and a pinhole camera concealed under the numeral six on the clock
face. When the SpyFinder is used to scan the clock, a reflection will
be noted where the camera is located beneath the six and a reflection
will also be noted from the plastic cover. However if you move your
vantage point just a little, you will notice that the location of
the false positive reflection point from the plastic cover will move,
while the reflection from the camera remains under the numeral six
on the clock face.
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