With security cameras so cheap and ubiquitous these days, you have to wonder if your partner is using one to spy on you. Right? He or she could set up a wireless camera in a discreet location in your home and monitor your every move. How can you stop them? Use this Kodak 180-degree camera to spy on them while they set up their own surveillance system, and catch them in the act.
That might sound creepy, weird, or possibly illegal, but think about it — how else are you going to catch your spouse spying on you? You can’t see everything they do all the time, but the extra-wide viewing angle on this camera can. It’s got a feature that corrects for the warping of a wide-angle lens like this, so you can see every move your life partner makes while they install a hidden camera in the grandfather clock.
Relationships are built on trust, and your partner is violating that trust by trying to keep tabs on you. What do they think you’re doing? Cheating on them? Pooping with the bathroom door open? And so what if you are. They should mind their own business, and the only way you can assure that they do is by installing this camera.
Of course, the problem is more complex if you have kids. For one thing, they get into everything so you’ll have to be extra careful to hide your camera well. For another thing, kids these days are so technologically savvy they might try to spy on you. As a parent you owe it to them to maintain a safe, trusting environment, so you have to spy on them so you can dismantle any surveillance systems they set up on their own.
What if your spouse or kids are already watching you? If their cameras can capture detail as well as this Kodak, they’ll be able to see what you’re reading right now. They already know you’re thinking about spying on them. You should nonchalantly close the screen you’re viewing this on, walk outside, keep walking until you’re out of range of their camera, and then keep walking. It’s time to start a new life with loved ones you can trust.