There are many items that can be purchased with hidden cameras mounted inside, including teddy bears, motion detectors, fire sprinklers, a room fan, tissue boxes, an “Exit” sign, desktop speakers, “Boom Boxes“, smoke detectors, an air purifier, pens, watches, car key chains, power outlets, “Emergency” lights, a “button” (looks like the other buttons on your shirt), cigarette lighters, sunglasses, a book, and even a necktie.
There are also many different types of clocks available with hidden cameras inside, including wall clocks, alarm clocks, weather clocks, and clock radios.
However, depending on the item being used, many of these hidden cameras can be expensive.
The Black Box Micro HD Hidden Camera basic model is only $99.95. You can put it almost anywhere – it’s only 3.5 inches long, 1.7 inches wide, and less than an inch thick.
It will record vivid 1280 x 720 HD Video up to 10 hours, and you can use up to a 64GB SD card.
Set your Black Box to begin recording when it detects motion, sound or vibration, so you’ll never miss a shot. Or you can also schedule recordings.
The camera has a decent 1 Lux light rating for night vision viewing.
You could hide the Black Box camera inside a tissue box, a stuffed animal, a flower pot, or anywhere you want. All you have to do is make a tiny hole for the camera lens to see through, in whatever object you put in in.
Even in plain view it’s easy to hide and most people probably wouldn’t know it’s actually a camera. For example, you could place it on a bookshelf, or under your computer monitor, so that it looks like part of the monitor stand.
This is a popular camera that has been featured on the Ricki Lake Show and the Today Show.