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This security device can help you detect hidden cameras
more at Popular Mechanics where it is a "Sponsored Post" by Stack Commerce
Not to scare you off traveling or anything, but hidden cameras in Airbnb rentals and hotels are a cause for concern. While cases of rooms having these cameras are rare, there are still reports that are alarming enough to make anyone feel extra cautious. In a survey of 2000 Airbnb guests, 58 percent said that they are worried about hidden cameras lurking around the property without their knowledge.
It’s always better to be safe than sorry, so as a responsible traveler, you ought to have all your bases covered. Scout Hidden Camera Detector, as the name suggests, is a device specifically created to scan for hidden cameras in any given room. For a limited time, you can grab it on sale for 22-percent off.
Scout is equipped with high-powered LEDs that reflect off camera lenses. It doesn’t matter whether the hidden camera is an iPhone, a spy camera, or a CCTV. No matter what shape or form it may be, Scout is bound to find it.
Ideal for Airbnbs, hotels, restrooms, and more, all you have to do is stand about 5 to 15 feet in front of the item you think may be concealing a hidden camera, look through the device’s aperture, turn the LEDs on, and if there is a red pinpoint of light shining back at you, you may have found a sneaky little camera.