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DVD Partner

December 1, 2008
Martel's new DVD Partner in-car digital video system will work for large and small agencies, no computer required. The DVD Partner records directly to a DVD that can be played on a regular DVD player. Because it’s a solid state mobile DVD video recording system, there are no hard drives to freeze or break.

Upgraded DVR System

July 1, 2007
Panasonic Computer Solutions has upgraded its Toughbook Arbitrator solid-state digital video recording system with double the video storage and more enhancements for managing video evidence. The system now uses Insight Video Net’s I-Vision Central Management System (CMS) to archive, search, manage, and track video evidence.

Ultra-Compact DVR

June 1, 2007
The new Recon digital video recorder from Fast Forward Video (FFV) has optional USB, CF, SMPTE timecode, and serial digital interface (SDI) features for increased flexibility. The Recon DVR is an ultra-compact board-level digital video recorder.

Digimerge Network DVRs

August 1, 2006
Offered in 4-, 9-, and 16-channel model configurations, the DHT Series Network Digital Video Recorder features an optional 3.5-inch LCD display built into the front control panel, a USB interface for copying images to flash memory, MJPEG video compression, two hard drives for up to 600 GB of data storage, and a handheld remote controller.

VideoCarbon Portable DSR

April 1, 2006
VideoCarbon’s Digital Shift Recorder (DSR) is the first in a new product line of portable body-worn digital video recorders. Worn on the officer’s dutybelt, one small wire connects a hidden mic and flat inconspicuous button cam, both easily concealed and easy to use. With a single quick-disconnect, the DSR can provide power, control, and video to the body-worn cameras. The DSR has an integrated hard disk drive and a field-replaceable Lithium-Polymer battery.

SEMCO Digital Video Recorder

October 1, 2005
SEMCO’s R250DVR has a pixel resolution approximately four times that of commercial digital recorders and features designed specifically for law enforcement and investigative applications. All video is date/time stamped and filed by date and time. The R250’s internal hard drive can store over 11 hours of DVD-quality video in full motion (30 frames/sec.) and user-selectable commands can extend recording time to approximately 25 hours.
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