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  • corinthi
    May 1, 2006
      I concur, especially if you are doing Worker Compensation cases. Any laps in video will allow the applicant (claimant's) attorney to question whether or not the video has been edited or altered in any way. I will only use wireless in domestic surveillance cases and some worker comp. cases, if I am in a stationary location ( and have tested the equipment at the intended surveillance location) or using a spot vehicle in a certain neighborhood. However, I will always try to go out of my way to use hard wired every time to insure that I have clear, continuous video for my clients.

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      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Leif
      To: infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, May 01, 2006 6:43 AM
      Subject: [infoguys-list] Re: Color Camera

      Stay away from wireless and body worn. Your results will be
      terrible. Use a small DVR and a pinhole camera for you bodyworn
      work. Wireless will fall prey to Mr. Murphy each time you use it as
      you are not in the same area twice. Transmission through brick
      walls, stone and cement is most times not possible. I promise you
      that when your claimant lifts that bag of dog food at the store your
      wireless signal will So if you would like body worn video to work in
      stores, bars , comp hearing waiting rooms, IMEs and such. Please do
      not choose wireless. If you are determined to use wireless here is
      one from my site.
      Here are the links for the equipment that I would recommend
      The dvr itself is not much bigger than a pack of cigarettes and the
      camera is easy to hide and is powered by a 9 volt.

      Even better than using a separate device try and find a mini dv
      camcorder that uses inputs for an external camera. You will be able
      to use it more effectively in more situations as you are most likely
      familiar with the operation of them. and you also maintain one video
      tape that can be considered an original.

      Leif "Krang"

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