Law Enforcement

Fusion HD


April 9, 2015 - Products

At approximately the size of a VHS tape, Coban's Fusion HD takes up very little real estate in a patrol vehicle. One of the most intriguing features of the Fusion HD is its ability to recover video long after the fact, even if the operator didn't tell the system to record a particular event. This capability is enabled by the system's dual-drive architecture. High-definition video quality is, as the product's name implies, another key feature of the Fusion HD system. Coban says the system records HD quality at all times.

Additional features include a 70-degree wide-angle lens, smart power management, a 4.3-inch touchscreen display, support for two wireless mics, optional wireless upload, and browser-based evidence management software that allows officers to view video evidence from car, body, and interview room cameras on any Internet-capable device.

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