A man who installed a spy camera in a bedroom used by two teenage girls has pleaded guilty.
But the 47-year-old man, who can't be named to protect the girls' identity, disputes exactly what occurred.
The device was found in a bedroom of his Regina Avenue home on December 6.
The teenagers had concerns such a device may have been installed in the home.
Police charges allege the surveillance device was installed in the victim's bedroom, hidden amongst antenna cables, between November 9 and the day it was discovered.
One of the girls had reported to police in October that a phone had been filming her in the home's main bathroom.
The phone was never found.
The offender installed security cameras at the home on November 9 last year when the other residents were out of town.
He said the six exterior cameras needed were due to the bathroom incident.
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But the teens felt more were installed.
It's alleged the device was found in the room, which both teens used to change in, on December 6.
One girl who mainly stayed in the room is considered the victim, the other is considered a witness.
A live feed from the camera was allegedly seen by the pair on the man's unlocked phone.
When police arrived and looked at the phone, it switched itself off and was wiped when turned back on.
"I can see the nature of the charge," magistrate Richard Funston told Albury Local Court after the man pleaded guilty to one charge.
"That type of matter is always of concern.
"I think a sentencing assessment report will be helpful."
Lawyer Jason Hanke said the facts were in dispute.
The teenagers have applied for intervention orders and the case will return for sentence on March 2.