Law Enforcement

DVM-800 HD In-Car Video System

Digital Ally

December 28, 2016 - Products

The DVM-800 HD in-car video system from Digital Ally uses a combination of mirror units, built-in cameras, and external cameras for a customized feed. It comes with four cameras and can record two channels simultaneously.

A wireless microphone records enhanced audio for up to 1000 ft. from the vehicle. Evidence Capture Assistance tells the system to record on a continuous loop, enabling an agency to look at video from an entire shift. Video playback is also available on mirror, and is invisible while not in use.

The camera system can be configured to power up with the vehicle, login instantly for take-home vehicles, automatically activate with a variety of triggers, and wirelessly upload video evidence.

The DVM-800 is covered by a two-year warranty. Digital Ally's camera systems are integrated with the company's intuitive software management suite for a complete video management solution. 

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