Spy cameras may all share the need to be hidden from sight, but they are not all used in the same kind of locations. A spy camera that is used outside will have to bear the brunt of the elements, especially rain which has the potential of damaging components and shortening the camera’s life. Building an inexpensive and simple water-proof spy camera housing that is barely bigger than the camera removes the chance that nature will damage the camera. This will let you continue to use the spy camera outdoors without concern for the weather.
Things You’ll Need : Newspaper, Two clear non-lubricated condoms, Toilet paper tube, Utility knife, Cellophane tape, Desiccant humidity absorbing bag, Bonding glue
- Put the newspaper down on a table to protect your table surface. Cut off a 1-inch piece of the toilet paper tube using the utility knife. Put the cut piece of the toilet paper tube over the spy camera’s lens. Tape the cut piece of the toilet paper tube to the spy camera at both sides using cellophane tape.