Ever open up your refrigerator and feel like some of your beer is missing? Maybe it was a roommate. Maybe you lost track of exactly how many bottles were left in the fridge. But when bottles start disappearing on a regular basis and you live alone, then you have a major problem. But how do you catch the culprit red handed? How about a hidden camera with a built-in motion sensor that you can operate from your iPhone?
The image above is a dog walker named “James” in Hoboken, NJ who was busted drinking beer when he was supposed to be picking up dog poop. He tried to deny it, but it’s hard to argue with footage of yourself drinking beer for 10 minutes when you were being paid to walk a dog. We won’t even go into the anger of knowing that a drunk person was responsible for the health and safety of your pet.
Besides drunk dog walkers, there are a tons of reasons to install a hidden camera at your home or office.
Surveillance systems have traditionally been both expensive and difficult to setup, but not anymore. The Panasonic BL-C131A wireless network camera sells for under $300 and will do everything from email you a photo when the motion sensor is triggered to to let you watch and control the camera angle live over the Internet. You can even operate the camera from your iPhone!
The Panasonic BL-C131A wireless network camera is about the size of a coffee mug and is easily hidden on a bookshelf. It’s also very easy to setup with a simple web browser interface.
Tutorial: How To Monitor Your Home or Office Remotely Using the Panasonic BL-C131A Network Camera
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