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Beware AirBnB Voyeur Cameras, FL this time

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2 hours ago, redfishkiller said:

i don't care who's watching the once or twice a year i actually get it so ...

 

i would have have just asked if he had any good videos :shrug: 

Heard it's not reds first time... sorry p10 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Wire For Fire said:

Heard it's not reds first time... sorry p10 

 

 

Lookin'like your typical rapper and his ho. 

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I used to work in a business that installed hidden cameras. I can spot them pretty quickly. 

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Posted (edited)

Some are more subtle but this one you would be hard pressed to miss

 

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10 hours ago, tomkaz said:

Actually, I wonder about those as well as the fire alarm annuciators with the strobe light mounted on them. Not paranoia, more practical curiosity. In our apartment, I have a Nest camera in the elevator vestibule to track activity, etc. I mounted it where the alarm annuciator and motion sensor for the light are located. Painted the shell and mount to match the wall. No one, with the exception of the head of security for the building, has ever noticed it (as best as I can tell). My son mounted a Raspberry Pi with mini imager in a "doorbell box" in his college apartment and it is even less obtrusive than a smoke detector. 

 

If you are laying on your back with your SO up on top of you and you spot a dark 1/2" diameter hole in a smoke detector, your mind is bound to say WTF. 

 

ETA: There is a deep and latent biological thing about being watched by an "eye". It exists in animals and humans. That "sixth sense" tingling you get when someone is watching you is part of it. It is used in spycraft with observing someone via reflections or out of the corner of your eye. While I don't hunt often, I have heard that guys wont stare at an approaching target until it is time to line up the shot, relying on their peripheral vision until then. Personally, I have noted that when shooting wildlife with a big telephoto lens, certain animals will stop to look at the lens even if I am reasonable hidden. That black circle camera port could fit the same animal instinct deal. 

 

 

Most small cameras only need a hole 3/16" hole, not 1/2 inch.

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1 hour ago, seadogface said:

Do you wave?

Nah, just whip it out and drag ass across the carpet like a dog. 

 

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50 minutes ago, longcaster said:

Most small cameras only need a hole 3/16" hole, not 1/2 inch.

To your point, the small hole between the others.

 

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it would be fun to pretend to strangle your wife , wrap her up in a bed spread  and carry her outside and see if he called the cops

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I tried voyeurism once. I thought it would be nothing but broads who look like Bo Derek. 


Instead, it was nothing but fat guys who looked like Bo Schembeckler. 

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22 hours ago, Reed422 said:

Was this guy's name Dennis Reynolds? 

 

It must be FEW3

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We're currently in an AirBnB in FL right now, glad when I found it wasn't the one we're staying in!

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8 hours ago, Belmo said:

I tried voyeurism once. I thought it would be nothing but broads who look like Bo Derek. 


Instead, it was nothing but fat guys who looked like Bo Schembeckler. 

Maybe you should stop tapping your feet in airport restrooms.

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