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Body Worn Camera

Introducing The Arbitrator Body Worn Camera from Panasonic

The Next Generation In Concrete Evidence Capture.

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Built on Panasonic’s tradition of video surveillance excellence for law enforcement, the NEW Arbitrator® Body Worn Camera takes evidence collection to the next level. Constructed with a single or two-piece design, the Arbitrator Body Worn Camera is lightweight and IP54 water resistant to provide officers with a better way to capture unbiased, tamper-proof video in nearly any condition.

Recording evidence in 720p HD, the Arbitrator Body Worn Camera provides the video clarity needed to accelerate convictions in court, and seamlessly integrates with Panasonic’s SafeServ™ Evidence Management Software. By cultivating video evidence from the Arbitrator Body Worn Camera in unison with Arbitrator in-car video systems and Panasonic fixed-surveillance cameras, law enforcement agencies can now depend on a unified evidence management platform to preserve every link in the chain of evidence. Plus, with flexible storage options, evidence can be stored locally, through the cloud or using a hybrid of both, to help control TCO and fit into any agency’s needs.

Telrepco offers multiple procurement vehicles for qualified government agencies to purchase the Arbitrator Body Worn Camera off of such as GSA and CT NASPO, call us today for more info.


Panasonic Arbitrator Body Worn Camera - Key Features

  • Single or two-piece, lightweight (4.6 oz.) design with multiple mounting options
  • Rugged, waterproof IP54 and MIL-STD-810G architecture
  • 720p HD resolution
  • Compatible with SafeServ™ Evidence Management Software
  • Synchronized triggering with in-car video system
  • Built-in GPS and Wi-Fi (offload & ad-hoc)
  • LED officer information panel
  • Field-serviceable battery and memory
  • Flexible mounting options including the main clip, pen pocket clip, and magnetic mounting clip provide multiple mounting options to accommodate different uniforms and situations.


  • One-touch Record
  • One-touch Photo
  • Time/Date Stamp
  • Instant Playback
  • Instant File Tagging
  • Password Protection
  • 3 Hours Recharge Time
  • GPS Location Tagging
  • GPS Time Sync
  • Vibration Alert
  • Docking Station

Panasonic Arbitrator Body Worn Camera - Detailed Specifications

Hardware Specs



Dimensions Main Controller 3.30" H x 2.53/2.41" W x 1.02/0.83" T
Dimensions 2nd Camera 0.89" H x 0.89" V x 1.48" L
Weight Main Controller Less than 130g
Weight 2nd Camera Less than 45g
Drop Test  
Waterproof Rating IP54
Wide Angle Lens (H:130 degrees / V:73 degrees)
Memory 32GB
Battery Life 8 Hours
Optional Extended Battery  
Warranty 3-Year Standard Warranty

 Video / Camera / Audio



Video Resolution 720p / 360p                                        
Video Format Proprietary format
Frame Rate (FPS) 30fps
16:9 Aspect Ratio  
Digital Photo Resolution

1280 x 720 pixel
640 x 360 pixel

Audio Mute during Recording  
Pre-record Video (30 seconds max)
Pre-record Audio (30 seconds max)

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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.

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

Police can store body-cam video in secure Azure cloud

Baltimore drafts guidelines for police body cams

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