Digital Ally Inc., which develops, manufactures, and markets advanced video surveillance products for law enforcement and security applications, has begun full production on the FirstVu professional, wearable video system.
The Digital Ally Inc. FirstVu is a compact digital video and audio recorder and digital photographic personal camera that is designed to capture hands-free evidence anytime or anywhere needed. To eliminate the issue of obstructing cables and additional components, the FirstVu is small, lightweight, and completely housed in a single enclosure. Both impact and weather resistant, the FirstVu utilizes solid state memory that is unaffected by violent motion. An advanced clip system allows secure locking or quick transfer between a variety of locations such as from the wearable motion-canceling uniform fastener to the windshield of a vehicle.
Key features include: fast and easy operation; vibrating notifications; infrared illumination for recording in darkness; ability to take still images; pre-event recording capabilities; password protection for security purposes; high-resolution video with LCD screen for review; wide-angle camera view; "mark" feature that allows for quick return to important recorded events; ability to add detailed meta information such as Event ID, Incident ID, Age, Ethnicity, and more; 16GB of internal memory that is secure for chain of custody requirements; optional removable microSD cards to add memory or activate redundant recording; a long-lasting rechargeable and quickly removable lithium polymer battery; and back office video management software.
The FirstVu allows law enforcement officers to record criminal activity and other evidence in real time regardless of the location or lighting situation. Like any of Digital Ally's video systems, the FirstVu can protect against false accusations as well as reduce time in court and agency liability claims.
For more information, contact Digital Ally Inc. toll-free at (800) 440-4947 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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