Which is the right body-worn camera for me?
Hytera body worn cameras are among the best on the market – but which one ticks all the right boxes for you?
Body worn cameras are helping people everywhere protect themselves, protect others and deter antisocial and criminal behaviour. Hytera’s RVM range is unique in that they can be paired with your Hytera radio and double-up as a remote speaker microphone, either via cable or Bluetooth.
With plenty of market-leading functions, Hytera’s range caters for all users – but which features are the most important? Here’s are examples of some of the key features:
Auto-save on sudden impact
If the camera detects sudden impact, the camera will save the video being recorded and mark it as “important” automatically.
If the battery is removed during recording, the unit can continue recording for up to 5 minutes independently.
Connects to Bluetooth-compatible Hytera radios so you can operate the remote speaker microphone function wirelessly.
Certifies the device’s resistance to ingress of dust and water.
Keeps a recording from a defined period (e.g. 10 seconds) in its short-term memory and adds it to the start of the recording if a user is unable to react to an event in time.
Keeps a recording from a defined period (e.g. 10 seconds) in its short-term memory and adds it to the end of the recording.
Rotatable lens unit
Allows the camera lens to be rotated so that a device can be worn either with a screen hidden or facing outwards.
Evidence can be played back on the screen (protected by password), or the device can be worn with the screen facing outwards as a deterrent to antisocial behaviour and crime.