A spy camera is perhaps the niftiest surveillance tool that you can have. With its ability to capture crisp images and audio, spy cameras can go a long way in assuring your security. That being said, you might need a few tips when installing them.

Take a look at the following and see how they can help you:

 

Where is the best spot for you to place it?

There is no denying the fact that whenever you need to have your hidden camera installed, the essential factor to be considered is where to have it placed.

This means that you need to consider what needs to be surveyed and where it will be. Once you figure that out, you can look into placing your spy camera in such a way that it is able to have a clear vision of the object and it is also outbid plain sight. Also, consider a lack of any visual and audio obstructions.

 

Will it be able to receive sound well?

Your spy camera should ideally be able to capture awesome sounds as well as videos, so make sure to consider its placement as regards sound.

Make sure not to put the spy cam near something that emits sound (speakers, computers, etc.). The sound produced by such devices can overshadow the speakers of the camera, thereby making it more difficult for the camera to record sound.

 

Make sure the camera's battery and memory are game.

If you are using the camera for an extended period of time, then two major factors need to be considered; memory capacity and battery power.

The memory capacity of the spy camera is important as it determines the extent to which the camera is able to capture and retrieve footage for later references. If the memory capacity is low, it means it'll only be able to record for a while before deleting old footage.

Battery strength is pretty obvious; if a spy camera has a poor battery, then it won't be able to work at all.

 

Is the camera suitable for outside use?

A spy camera that has no resistance to factors such as water, strong wind, etc. is not going to be usable outdoors. An outdoor-ready spy camera will have extremely high sturdiness and durability, so make sure to look out for those as well.