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A View To A Kill - Hidden camera lamp
In A View to a Kill, arch villain Max Zorin knows exactly what all the guests staying in his Paris estate are talking about - because he's installed eavesdropping equipment cunningly disguised as every day household lamps in every room. These conversations are then monitored by his team of surveillance staff, who relay any important intel back to their boss. These days, you can not only eavesdrop, you can also watch people from your surveillance room. If you're, you know, kind of creepy.
If you're interested in spying on guests in your luxury mansion but the above lamp doesn't quite go with the décor, you can buy a multitude of other devices that contain hidden cameras instead. These include fans, clock radios, smoke detectors, computer speakers, air purifiers, a Squarebob Spongepants wall clock and a box of tissues.
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