Helmet Mounted Rescue Camera

£ 79.99


  • 1 x Rescue Camera with torch
  • 1 x USB power plug
  • 1 x USB cable (recharge and download)
  • 1 x CCTV Warning badge
  • 1 x User manual
  • 1 x USB SD card reader
  • 1 x USB microSD to SD card adaper
  • 1 x 16GB microSD card
  • 1 x Klick Fast dock
  • 1 x Klick Fast stud
  • 1 x Adhesive helmet mount

 

The waterproof helmet mounted Rescue Cam is one of the best value cameras we have yet! Recording in HD quality. Records at 1280x720 in AVI format. The Rescue Cam is also one of the smallest and lightest helmet cameras on the market! It is also capable of capturing still photos. There is a LED torch built into the camera for use in low light conditions. It can be used whilst recording or as stand-alone head torch. There is an internal rechargeable battery.

All footage is time/date stamped and can be used for evidential purposes if required. The camera is easy to operate without looking at it, as it only has 4 buttons. No specialist software is required to view the recorded media, however it is included with the information CD. The footage is stored on a removable microSD card. The camera is made of a durable plastic, water resistant housing specifically designed for outdoor use. The camera is not suitable for fire-fighting but is suitable for urban search and rescue.

‚ÄčThe Klick Fast mount specifically designed for the Rescue Camera is included.

When turning on / off or record, the camera bleeps or plays a tone for a second to let you know it is on / off or recording.

Features

  • Waterproof.
  • Low profile.
  • Low light vision, works well in low light.
  • Easy to use.
  • Digital LCD Display.
  • Lightweight
  • Time/Date Stamp
  • 720P HD format, fine quality video pictures
  • 1280x720 @ 30fps, AVI format
  • White LED torch.
  • Built-in high lithium-ion battery, 750mAh.
  • Supports microSD card, max 32GB.
  • Sensor: 1.3 MegaPixel CMOS sensor
  • Photo format: JPEG (1280x960)

CASE STUDY 1

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) have deployed body cameras to make dramatic video recordings of their daily rescue missions and routine training operations, in some of the harshest sea conditions in the world.

The RNLI is a charity which provides a 24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service around the coasts of the UK and the Republic of Ireland.  The RNLI Lifeboat crews, who are mostly volunteers, come from all walks of life; giving up their time and risking their lives to carry out rescues at sea in often dangerous conditions.

In 2008 the RNLI began to use body cameras to make video recordings of their operations at sea. The video is used for training purposes but is also used in the important work of raising public awareness of the difficult work being carried out by the charity in saving lives at sea. This is important because the organisation receives no funding from the UK government, so relies on charitable donations from members of the public and businesses to continue this vital work.

The RNLI now have body cameras deployed at more than 230 lifeboat stations throughout the UK and Republic of Ireland.  

 CASE STUDY 2

A Fresno firefighter rescues a small kitten and brings kitten back to life. captured on his helmet mounted camera... Amazing!