Introducing the Rugged RECON 1000 Body camera

Introducing the Rugged RECON 1000 Body camera

Force Protection Video Equipment (OTC: FPVD) announced today the release of the RECON 1000 on the body camera. The RECON 1000 incorporates into its design the Ambarella A7 chip to ensure its optimal performance for law enforcement officers.

The RECON 1000 is a rugged IP67 camera which is small, lightweight and full of standard features that cameras twice its size and price do not incorporate.

RECON 1000 Key features:

Compact design
1080HD video resolution
Ambarella A7
One button operation
10 hours record time
FCC type acceptance
Affordable price, $199 per unit
The RECON 1000 on the body camera is the latest addition to the Force Protection Equipment line of Police Cameras. We expect in the near future to release additional new products to further expand our product line into other markets within the law enforcement and military.

Paul Feldman, the Company’s CEO, stated, “Our new RECON 1000 camera illustrates our continued advancement for on the body camera systems as well as specialized surveillance cameras for law enforcement. We have continued to incorporate Ambarella chips into all our cameras because of their outstanding performance and reliability. It would be easy to use a less expensive chip in our designs, but when providing equipment for law enforcement failure is not an option.”

Paul Feldman, the President and CEO of Force Protection Video, has designed and provided security equipment that has been used at the Olympics, Super Bowl, the U.S. Open Golf Championship, U.S. Mints, NATO Headquarters, Military bases and Embassies worldwide.

The Force Protection Video cameras are rugged HD designs which many incorporate Ambarella (NASDAQ: AMBA) made chips that allow cameras and other devices to record high definition video. It is the chip supplier of the popular GoPro sports cameras.

Source: Force Protection Video Equipment via Businesswire

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