Spy cameras found in the category below work hand-in-hand with Mini DVRs, allowing you to easily record and store your footage. While the LawMate digital spy cameras work only with our LawMate mini DVRs, LawMate analog spy cameras are compatible with other brands as well.
Button cameras, also known as pinhole cameras, are a type of spy camera designed to be extremely small and discreet. They can be hidden in everyday objects such as buttons, necklaces, tie clips, etc., and are used for undercover surveillance offering the advantage of being easily portable and highly concealable.
Digital spy cameras, such as BU-18 Neo and CMD-BU20LX, offer high image quality as they use digital technology to capture and transfer video recordings.
Analog spy cameras, such as CM-BU20, are often smaller in size and more affordable compared to digital spy cameras as the image quality may not be as high as that of digital cameras. However, one of the main benefits of analog spy cameras is that they can work with a variety of recording devices from different manufacturers.
The type of image sensor used in spy cams also impacts the overall quality of the recordings. Cameras found in our "Spy Cameras" category use CMOS image sensors which are known for their low power consumption and low cost. Images they capture are less noisy and with a wider dynamic range.
Our spy cameras are simple, user-friendly, and come with clear instructions, making it easy for you to set up and start working right away.
For every spy cam listed in this category, you will find a list of compatible mini DVRs in the camera's description.
Each type comes with its own unique features and benefits, such as mini DVR cameras, IP cameras, Wi-Fi cameras, etc. However, we have separated these different kinds of covert cameras into individual categories to help you find exactly what you need. Some common types of spy cameras include:
IP cameras: Or Internet Protocol cameras, wirelessly send out video footage over a network. Their main advantage is allowing you access to the footage remotely through a computer or smartphone, so you can control and view live feed from anywhere in the world with Internet access.
Wi-Fi cameras: Similar to IP cameras, WiFi cameras broadcast video footage wirelessly over a Wi-Fi network. They are very useful when you need to monitor a nearby room, office, or property, for example.
Hidden cameras: These cameras are designed to be hidden in everyday objects such as clocks, smoke detectors, power banks, lamps, etc. They are a great option for secret home & office surveillance as they blend into the environment.
Mini DVR cameras: Mini Digital Video Recorders, combine a camera and a digital video recorder (DVR) in one small, portable device. They often come with useful features such as motion detection, loop recording, and snapshots. They are easily carried or hidden in small spaces.
Body cameras: Also known as wearable cameras, can be worn on the body to capture video footage from the user's perspective. They can be worn as a watch, glasses, necklace, or even keyfobs.
When shopping for a surveillance camera, it's important to consider what features are most important to you. Do you need a specific camera for your digital video recorder? Do you need high image quality? Do you need an easily hidden camera? Answering these questions can help you find the perfect hidden camera for discreet monitoring.