The method for viewing footage recorded by a portable hidden camera varies depending on the device. Some cameras can easily be connected with a USB cable to an external device, while others require you to use a card reader to transfer the footage to a computer or mobile device for viewing. Most portable hidden cameras store footage on an internal memory card, which can be removed and inserted into a card reader to transfer the footage. Some cameras also have built-in Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connectivity that allows you to view the footage wirelessly on a compatible device.
It’s important to note that some hidden cameras may require specific software or apps to view the footage, so it’s important to read the product manual or instructions to ensure you have the necessary tools for viewing. Additionally, some cameras may have password protection or encryption on the footage, which can add an extra layer of security but also make it more difficult to view the footage without the proper credentials.