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    Default Are we at Peak Peep?

    Technology is pretty micro for viewing, none has been developed for detecting.

    There have to be more of us out there than most think.

    Are we at Peak Peep? Is this the Golden Age (err Tanlined and Shaved Age) of Voyeurism?

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    the only improvement i can see is better battery life, and longer memory storage. Possibly long range wi-fi autonotification so you can watch in real time. No i don't think it's the best but it's damn good.
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    Maybe I'm an old timer, but despite all the new tech, I preferred the old days, when voyeurism was largely unknown. Nowadays everyone knows it's a thing, most states and countries have passed laws against it, and the vast majority of the web-based voy community are a bunch of stealing, backstabbing shit heals. Back in the old days, the cameras sucked, but there was an actual sense of community around the hobby. You can't trust anyone any more and it just sucks now.
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    Not sure but i think there may be a few devices that can detect video /listening equipment ? .

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    Quote Originally Posted by dicken View Post
    Not sure but i think there may be a few devices that can detect video /listening equipment ? .
    There are, and they are reported to be effective. What baffles me is that there are obviously tons of people shooting. Look on Amazon at how many spy cameras have been sold. If even only ten percent were for voyeurism, it is everywhere. But some of the spy camera detectors are big sellers too. So why no news stories of them having found a hidden cam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportsfreaky211 View Post
    the only improvement i can see is better battery life, and longer memory storage. Possibly long range wi-fi autonotification so you can watch in real time. No i don't think it's the best but it's damn good.
    I am hoping you are ignorantly incorrect, much like the world convention of scientists in 1830 who announced that everything that could have been invented had been invented.

    I anxiously await a mosquito sized drone that will transmit in real time HD video of college cheerleader showers back to my bedroom, and a lens filter that will completely do away with pesky clothing, or a viewer that sees through walls and partitions perfectly. :)

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    I say this very often- the number of cams out there must be staggering. I am so happy when someone is caught it's because they did something stupid (like a GoPro with a towel over half of it) and it's dismissed as a one-off idiot. I keep waiting (and every day that passes I sigh with relief) for the day a big news outlets latches on to the fact that thousands/tens of thousands/more? of these cams are sold each year. It's not just the weird loner guy with them.....

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