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Tactical Electronics Upgrades Video Fiberscope

July 12, 2013  | 

Photo courtesy of Tactical Electronics.
Photo courtesy of Tactical Electronics.
Tactical Electronics introduced an upgraded version of its Video Fiberscope (VFS3) at the Warrior East Expo that includes three new features that help tactical teams gain covert visual access to rooms, vehicles, and packages.

The VFS3 camera system now allows video recording, snapshot image capture, and an internal light source. The VFS3 camera system now allows recording of real-time video on a high-capacity SD card. A new snapshot button allows users to take still images for after-action review and archiving. And the integrated brightness controlled light source provides vision in low ambient light environments when paired with the black-and-white camera.

The Warrior East Expo, which ended today, ran for two days in Virginia Beach, Va.

Tags: Tactical Electronics, Video Surveillance, Tactical Gear

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