Digital Ally makes a line of digital video systems that are aimed at law enforcement use. The company has announced that the latest version of its product is now available called the DVM-750. The systems are expected to be delivered to law enforcement later this month.
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The system includes a video system integrated into the rear view mirror that can connect to four cameras at once and then record from two cameras and three audio sources simultaneously. The cameras record in 720 x 480 resolutions and the built-in monitor has a brightness of 1000nits.
A new feature called VoiceVault uses an advanced microphone that has a range of one mile to record audio when the officer is beyond the range of the in-car recording device. The card comes with an 8GB card for recording video and higher capacity cards are available as well.
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Via Digital Ally