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Way back in the 1940s, Allen Funt created one of many most popular tv shows of all time. It was called 'Candid Camera', and the concept was so intelligent that many shows that we enjoy today have their roots predicated on it. Candid Camera was actually preceded by another Funt exhibit called 'Candid Microphone' in June of 1947.<br /><br />These shows presented a concealed microphone or camera set to report a naive victim who's faced in a unusual situation. Sounds somewhat like spying, doesn't it? These small films, which we'd call videos now, were fairly simple to set up but occasionally specific props must be invented. Maybe you have seen many of these hilarious episodes employing a car that just happened to have a second gasoline tank, or an office desk with drawers that pop open and shut all by themselves.In those times it took quite a bit of work to conceal large camera and recording equipment, but to-day it is amazing how small and effective cameras have become. This is partly due to the increased demand by the spy and monitoring sector whose need for small gadgets has spurred to the quest for miniaturization.The trickle-down effect from this process has triggered smaller and smaller digital camera models for private use. Also our cell phones have integrated video and audio capabilities.<br /><br /> The popular Woody Allen worked for Allen Funt in the 1960s, focusing his acting and directing abilities. In these days all of us can be a Woody developing little films and distributing them to your friends or posting them on UTube.The line between business usage, professional security, and just-for-fun, has become increasingly confused. There's a myriad of spy store that may be used to discreetly collect evidence, record meetings, provide surveillance, or simply goof around with. What little child hasn't tried to hear through walls, or wished for x-ray glasses?Well, the variety of spy equipment that is available boggles your brain. Imagine your-self delicately employing a pen in a conference which contains a camcorder, microphone and DVT camera. If you have gathered your information, plug it in to a USB port, then download and view the footage.<br /><br /> Perhaps you had rather complete the same task utilizing your convenient dandy spy view that features a lot of storage capacity and records in color.Maybe your project needs you to mingle in the group. Nobody will suspect that concealed inside the juicy fruit bundle is really a mini-camera filled with micro SD card slot and 2GB of memory, whenever you casually pull out a stick of gum. Who will be able to tell the option on your top can be a cleverly disguised little camcorder. It's also most unlikely that anyone can discover your awesome spy belt buckle with a DVR built right in. Grin, you are on truthful belt buckle.

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