Pro-Vision unveils new body-worn camera

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Courtesy Pro-Vision

Pro-Vision Video Systems of Byron Center announced the release of its new Bodycam 4 body-worn camera.

Bodycam 4 is designed to provide a cost-effective approach for policing. With RFID Login, departments can purchase cameras based on need instead of officer head count. This enables officers on different shifts to easily share a single body-worn camera, allowing departments to get what they need immediately while still being able to add more as resources allow.

Bodycam 4 features an IP68 waterproof rating, a military-rated design and a 14-hour full-shift replaceable battery. The camera also can be automatically activated by any vehicle within a 30-foot range to keep the focus where it should be.

“We believe that every department should be able to get intelligent technology without ruining their budgets,” said Corey Mathews, sales manager – law enforcement division at Pro-Vision. “The Bodycam 4 is specifically designed with that in mind. We want to help departments tell the full story of what happened during an incident, and Bodycam 4 is the tool they need to do that.” 

Uploading and managing video evidence also is easier with Bodycam 4’s flexible docking and video upload features. Users can upload evidence directly to the SecuraMax Cloud from camera docking stations either in the field or at the office. 

The ability to simultaneously tag Bodycam 4 and Pro-Vision HD In-Car Video System evidence using timeline-based tagging increases efficiency and simplifies the evidence management process.

Departments are only charged for SecuraMax access per device, not per user. This allows departments to provide access to the software without having to spend more on extra software licenses.

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