This promo features Digital Ally's FirstVu wearable video system and digital camera, DVM in-car video systems integrated into rear-view mirrors, DV-500Ultra all-weather system, VoiceVault advanced wireless mic, DVF video flashlight and VideoManager software.
December 28, 2010
Rio Rancho (N.M.) PD purchased eight flashlight cameras from Digital Ally, Inc. that record details dash cameras can miss during a traffic stop, such as drivers fiddling with their keys or slurring their speech. Source: KOB-TV.
August 13, 2010
Pasadena PD's Officer Eddie Chan, a motorcycle skills champion, participates in the 2010 Pasadena Police Motorcycle Training and Skills Competition. This point-of-view clip was recorded with Digital Ally's wearable/mountable FirstVu video system and camera. Video courtesy of Digital Ally.
June 29, 2010
The Ridgeland (S.C.) Police Department used federal drug enforcement funds from the DEA earned from seizures to help add Digital Ally video systems to their patrol cars.
April 8, 2010
The Russell County Sheriff's Department and Phenix City Police Department (in Alabama) are using a Justice Department grant to add in-car video to patrol vehicles. The agencies are upgrade to new Digital Ally camera gear and replacing Sony cancorders mounted to the dashboards. The new systems will improve reliability, deliver better quality video, and free up space in the squad car.
February 24, 2010
Digital Ally produced this promo to show the features of the DVF-500, a digital video system integrated into an aluminum flashlight. A wide-angle lens allows recording without careful aiming and pre-event recording allows up to 60 seconds before pressing the record button to also be recorded. We included it in our photo gallery of duty flashlights.
January 27, 2010