Hytera Bodycams

Body-worn cameras are becoming commonplace in many sectors due to the importance of evidence recording and collection.

Body cameras are becoming more and more popular in any public facing industries. The benefits that your team can notice by having quality and professional body worn cameras are security, reliability, seamless communication, confidence and stability.

Hytera’s remote video microphones (RVMs) seamlessly integrate a body cams and remote speaker microphone, providing a simple way of upgrading your communication system to include video capture. As a services to multiple industries our body cams help to capture evidence and keep record as well as provide security.

The Hytera body-worn cameras that we proudly supply are not only very reliable source for video recordings but they also have high-quality audio along. The body cameras are used in many industries, police and law enforcement as such is one of the most common ones, but retailers, health care and schools are not far behind. The feature that all our customers love is the easy capturing and access of video footage. The Hytera range also includes a body camera with a live streaming feature. DCRS is a supplier of many Hytera products such as two-way radios, body cams and other software, you can read about more here or view the camera products down below.

Body Cam Products

Body Worn Video Cameras

Hytera body cameras offer a high-quality video and audio recording solution that can help to document interactions between the person wearing the camera and whoever they interact with. Body cameras are an effective solution for departments that want to improve transparency and accountability by recording video and review the filmed footage when needed.

Why Choose The Hytera Wearable Cameras?

While many people use them for personal purposes, wearable cameras also have a number of potential applications in the business world. For example, they can be used to provide an objective record of events, or to capture customer feedback in real time. Moreover, wearable cameras can help businesses to improve safety by providing a record of accidents or near-misses.

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Some of The Features a Body-worn Hytera Camera Has

If you’re looking for a body camera that will stay powered up all day long, a Hytera body camera is definitely worth considering. Most Hytera body-worn cameras can last up to 12 hours on a single charge. That’s impressive longevity, especially when you compare it to other body cams on the market.

Night vision feature

Body cameras can only be effective if they are able to capture clear footage for evidence gathering purposes, even in low-light conditions. That’s why the Hytera body worn camera includes a night vision feature. This feature allows the camera to capture clear footage, even in complete darkness.

Battery life saving mode – standby mode

The Hytera standby mode feature helps to ensure that these wearable cameras are always ready to capture critical footage. When the camera is turned off, it enters a low-power standby mode. In this mode, the camera is still able to receive wake-up signals from the body-worn transmitter. This allows the camera to be turned on quickly and safely in response to an incident. As a result, the Hytera standby mode feature provides an extra layer of safety and security for those who rely on body cameras for security reasons in public places. This feature is extremely helpful for law enforcement officers and security personnel as they are able to capture footage their entire shift and not run out of battery.

How much storage capacity do Hytera body cameras have?

The Hytera Body Cam includes a high-definition camera, data storage, and software for managing and storing video footage. Hytera body cameras offer a variety of storage options, from 64GB to 512GB. That means you can choose the option that best meets your needs. And if you need more storage, you can always add an external memory card. With Hytera cameras, most users never have to worry about running out of space for your video footage.

Who uses body-worn cameras?

Body-worn cameras are increasingly being used by police officers, security guards, and others in positions of authority. The cameras are typically worn on the chest or shoulder, and they record video and audio of the wearer’s interactions with the public. There are a number of benefits to using body-worn cameras. For one, they can provide evidence in criminal cases.

The need for body cameras comes in different industries, sometimes is prompt by a serious health and safety situations. It is very common nowadays that body cameras are used in schools and retail sectors as through the cameras there is gathered evidence and footage that can prompt new safety measures to be put in place.

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