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    Question Camera in doorstop wedge?

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    I have had my fair share of voyeuring back in the day and I have always had this idea for a hidden cam but I've been too scared to ever try it out.

    The idea is basically making a door wedge out of black plastic (transparent black plastic) with a cam like those 808 cams inside. The transparent black plastic should allow a wide angle lens to see through if pressed against the plastic, while the ordinary person wouldn't be able to see in.

    Or even a small pinhole or screw lens.

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    It got possibilities, but I'd imagine the camera will be looking up at the subject which might not give the best view. I'll keep a lookout for a decent door wedge and give it a go sometime.

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    lol I would highly recommend against this idea. I can just see it now the door stop not working and it starts to slide so they try to fix it and see the camera or they kick the crap out of it to make it hold the door and it's broken now. Also most people like to close doors if they are doing something private so guess what they do, pull the doorstop(camera) out to close the door. VERY HIGH RISK OF BEING FOUND.

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    I tried my luck with a Wi-Fi pinhole scre cam mounted behind a rubber door handle stop. Battery life was an issue as well as heat from cheap cameras. With more access and a more permanent setup I think a screw head pinhole camera could be perfect.

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    Door handle stop is much better idea over door wedge stop by far. I think those normally have a screw in the middle anyway don't they? So would be perfect for one of those screw head cameras. Only problems being those cameras usually are horrible quality and also getting the right angle might be a little tricky.

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    Also to original poster don't think I'm making fun of your idea, I just don't want to see you on the news one day. Just my 2 cents but never ever try and hide a camera in anything that the subject has a good reason to be touching. This is just setting yourself up for failure. Yes you might get away with it a couple times but you will eventually get caught. I always ask myself these few questions about a setup before using it.

    "Does the subject have any possible reason to pick this up or touch this?" If the answer is yes my next question is "If they pick this up, can they figure out it is a camera?"

    Also the most important question of all "Is the juice worth the squeeze?(Is it worth the risk)"

    Happy hunting and stay safe
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    When I first read the title I thought you were talking about a camera in a door threshold pointing up to get upskirt shots. That could definitely be done and probably wouldn't ever be found unless it caught on fire. Of course, I'm not a fan of taking risks for upskirts. I don't see the point.

    As for the wedge, many people have door wedges in their rooms sitting next to the door for later use. It is not something that anyone pays attention to. We have them in our bedrooms to prop open the doors when we open the windows to let in a breeze. If the windows are not open, they sit idle in the room behind the door. If you had a camera in one that pointed sideways, you could get some great views into the room and it would be hard to notice. But as someone else said, if someone DOES pick it up you would be in trouble.

    Plus, you'd need a REALLY small camera to fit into the standard rubber door wedges that wouldn't attract attention. I don't know of any camera that would be small enough to fit a standard wedge. And you'd want a standard wedge.

    One nice thing about a door wedge is that you can have two of them: one with a camera and one without. You swap the wedge only after you have built up the victim's confidence that the wedge is a benign object in the room.

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