The Lake Mary Police Department used Digital Ally's FirstVu HD Body Camera to record the recent traffic stop where George Zimmerman was issued a speeding ticket. Sgt. R.D. Gregory stated, "Our agency has deployed the unit recently and have had numerous officers wear it while on patrol or performing traffic duties. I have found the unit to be very reliable as well as the video and audio quality extremely good.... I would recommend other agencies try this unit if they are looking for a body worn camera." The FirstVu HD is available at: http://www.digitalallyinc.com/store/product_info.php/cPath/81/products_id/272.
The FirstVu™ HD is Digital Ally's most powerful and versatile body camera. It records 720p HD or 640x480 SD resolution video with 8 different quality/FPS modes allowing anywhere from 25-54 hours of recordings on the secure internal memory. The camera captures a wide 130° field of view with an impressive .08 Lux low-light sensitivity to record all of the important events and details. The FirstVu HD can also retain up to 60-sec. of video with optional audio from before the user activates a recording. The Stand-By Mode allows near instantaneous recording for days without needing to recharge or replace the battery.
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