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Body Worn Camera

The new and improved Arbitrator® Body Worn Camera (BWC) takes evidence collection to the next level and provides recording in 1080p / 720p and 360p formats. Featuring a single or two-piece design, the Arbitrator BWC is IP67 / MIL-STD-810G rated to provide officers with a better way to capture unbiased, tamper-proof video in nearly any condition. The Arbitrator BWC seamlessly integrates with the Panasonic's SafeServ™ Evidence Management Software, the Arbitrator 360°HD in-car video systems and Panasonic fixed-surveillance cameras to create a unified evidence management platform that preserves every link in the chain of evidence.

Panasonic Arbitrator Body Worn Camera - Key Features

  • Improved 12+ hour battery life
  • Rugged IP67 and MIL-STD-810G architecture
  • 1080p / 720p / 480p Resolution 16:9 & 4:3 aspect ratio
  • One-touch Record
  • Compatible with Unified Evidence Management Software
  • Automatic wireless triggering with In-car video system, light bar, gun rack, back door, etc...
  • Built-in GPS, WiFi, and Bluetooth
  • Adjustable LED brightness information panel
  • Field Serviceable battery
  • Vehicle Charging Cradle
  • Classify Evidence On Camera
  • Snapshot

Hardware Specs

Component

Specification

Dimensions Main Controller 3.42" H x 2.75" W x 1.22" T
Weight Main Controller 7.05oz
Drop Test  6-feet
Waterproof Rating IP67
Field Of View/Aspect Ratio

[16:9 mode] (H:180 degrees / V:110 degrees)

[4:3 mode] (H:160 degrees / V:122 degrees)

Memory 64GB
Battery Life 12+ Hours
Warranty 3-Year Standard Warranty

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The camera is only one piece of the puzzle when it comes to deploying wearable cameras, you also need to take into account storing the videos, whether or not the wearable camera you choose will integrate with your current video capture system, and more. Panasonic put together a very helpful whitepaper on things to keep in mind when deciding which wearable camera to deploy, and if your department is looking to roll out wearable cameras in the near future, I highly recommend giving it a read: The Dollars and Sense of Video Evidence Management, also, check out our blog post on 6 Major Concerns to Address When Implementing a Body Worn Camera Solution.

For more information, call us today at 800-537-0509 or click on the "Request More Information" button at the bottom of the screen.

Further Reading on Body Worn Cameras and the problems/concerns which should be addressed:

The push for police body cameras comes with plenty of tech challenges

Police body cameras are only one piece of the video equation

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