Top Spy Gadgets Of The 60s And 70s - In Pictures
This post-war German wristwatch allows an agent to take photographs by pretending to check the time. It was made by the Steineck company in 1949. Instead of the usual film, they were charged with photosensitive disks an inch in diameter. But you couldn’t develop such photos in the store — you had to do it yourself. This was the main drawback of the device. It’s interesting, but what do modern spy gadgets look like? We will probably find out about this only in 20 years from now.