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DrivePro™ Body:
designed to last

Body cameras are an essential piece of equipment for security professionals and emergency services personnel. Time on duty is unpredictable at best, and having equipment that’s reliable in the heat of the moment is crucial. The ability to capture clear images when in motion and at night, and being waterproof and temperature proof for use in inclement weather, are also key considerations when making a purchase.

Security

 

Emergency services

 

Construction

 

Evidence collection

 

Image sensor

A camera's image sensor determines image quality. The larger the image sensor, the more light it captures, meaning the clearer images will be. Transcend's DrivePro Body 30, for example, utilizes a high-quality image sensor made by Sony, and tempered glass with an oleophobic coating that prevents fingerprint smudging.

Sony image sensor

6 glass lenses

Tempered glass with oleophobic coating

Infrared LEDs

Infrared light is the segment of the electromagnetic spectrum invisible to the naked eye that lies between microwaves and visible light. It greatly helps improve recording quality at night or in darkened places. While certain manufacturers use the 850 nm range, the DrivePro Body 30 is engineered to tap the higher 940 nm wavelength—found less often in nature—so as to prevent discoloration of images.

Image stabilization

A wearable camera is by its very nature often in motion, and blurring is therefore a problem. To reduce the effect of motion on images, a gyro-sensor is widely used to reduce the effects of motion by altering the gyroscope's pitch. The DrivePro Body 30 boasts a six-axis MEMS sensor, which reduces the effects of horizontal and vertical motion, translating into excellent reliability and image resolution.

Wireless control

A body camera equipped with wireless transmission capabilities offers users an immediate preview of saved files when paired with a mobile device. Transcend adopts Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) for lower power consumption, and Wi-Fi for larger-scale signal coverage and data transmission capabilities allowing for high-bandwidth transmissions over long distances. The DrivePro Body 30 supports Bluetooth for basic setup and switching modes, and Wi-Fi connectivity for data transfer and live streaming.

  • Bluetooth
  • Wi-Fi
  • Home
  • Settings
  • Live view

Rugged and resistant

Material selection and design are another important factor when selecting a body camera. Transcend's DrivePro Body 30 has been IP67 rated by an independent laboratory. It offers full protection against dust and immersion in water. The shell is a polycarbonate fiber composite that is wear resistant. In addition, the DrivePro Body 30 meets rigorous US military drop-test standards for shock resistance, and has passed wide temperature testing and will perform at -20°C to 65°C for most applications and environments.

  • Wide temperature tested
  • Polycarbonate fiber composite
  • Lab-certified

Storage

While the camera's exterior is important, what's under the hood is equally so. Having a storage medium you can trust to securely record evidentiary footage is crucial. Transcend's body camera series includes either an eMMC embedded-grade memory card or a high-endurance memory card. Both solutions are crafted of top-tier NAND flash built for performance and endurance.

Accessories

Uniforms are made to suit their purpose. Diversity in compatible camera accessories provided is a value-added benefit when selecting a body camera. For example, a 360° rotating clip allows 360-degree shooting at will; a Velcro holder can be put on quickly; a magnetic mount provides fail-safe attachment in position; and a MOLLE mount is usable with tactical vests.

  • 360° rotating clip
  • Velcro holder
  • Magnetic mount kit
  • MOLLE mount

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