How to Make a sneaky, snake spy camera that records video
Snake cams have become the epitome of high-tech gadgets on television and in movies. In 24, Jack Bauer is always using a snake camera to check for terrorists on the other side of the door. The video game Splinter Cell has made the snake cam an integral part to Sam Fisher's arsenal. And almost every spy movie features its use at one point or another.
So, if you want to learn how to have your own, Kipkay shows you the steps to making on. Don't buy and expensive one… make a cheap one… and make on that even records the video. To make your own videotaping spy camera snake, you'll need a flexible LED light, a tiny keychain DVR which records to an SD card, a tiny screwdriver, wire, hot glue, and some heat sbrink tubing.