Transcend® Information, Inc. (Transcend®), a leading manufacturer of storage and multimedia products, proudly introduces the DrivePro Body 60 body camera. This state-of-the-art POV tethered camera is designed specifically for military and public safety professionals such as first responders and private security. The camera is fitted with a high-end Sony image sensor that captures clear, high-resolution imagery. The built-in GPS/GLONASS receiver enables the geotagging of video footage and images. The DrivePro Body 60 is equipped with a high-capacity lithium battery, meets IP67 standards for dust and water resistance, and is shock and drop resistant. Used in tandem with the exclusive DrivePro Body App, the camera allows for device settings and images to be easily managed via mobile devices.

 

Tethered camera with Sony image sensor ensures the best resolution from any perspective
Transcend®’s DrivePro Body 60 features a modular camera and attaches readily to helmets, caps, and uniform epaulettes. The camera features a large aperture and a wide field of view. Paired with a Sony image sensor, the camera captures critical details under all lighting conditions. Even in low light, images come out clear in full color, 1080P Full HD.

 

Retrace your steps with built-in GPS
The DrivePro Body 60 features a built-in GPS/GLONASS receiver, allowing for metadata such as GPS coordinates, date, and time to be stamped onto footage. With the exclusive DrivePro Body Toolbox, users can browse images, playback videos, and overlay their route on a map display—making it easy to establish when and where an event occurred.

 

A wealth of features in a tough, durable package
The DrivePro Body 60 features a buffering mode that reduces memory load. When an event occurs, a user simply presses the power button twice to activate recording mode. This action permanently captures video evidence of up to two minutes prior to when the event occurred. The camera features a large-capacity lithium battery and 64GB of eMMC internal memory, allowing law enforcement and other professionals to continuously record video for up to 10 hours. With the quick snapshot button, still images can be taken while recording video, allowing all visual evidence to be captured as an event unfolds. Transcend®’s DrivePro Body 60 features IP67-level sealing against dust and water, and meets US MIL-STD-810G 516.6 Transit Drop Test standards, taking toughness to a whole new level.

 

Bluetooth®, Wi-Fi connectivity and the DrivePro Body App
The DrivePro Body 60 features Bluetooth and 5GHz Wi-Fi 802.11ac wireless connectivity. The DrivePro Body App, a free download designed exclusively for DrivePro Body devices, allows for control over camera settings and recording modes via a mobile device through a Bluetooth connection. Via Wi-Fi, users can live stream, download images and videos, and change settings from an iOS or Android device. To prevent video evidence from being tampered with, the DrivePro Body app allows users to embed every recording and snapshot with a user ID and timestamp.

 

Simultaneous data transfer and charging with the multifunctional docking station
Transcend®’s DPD6N docking station is designed specifically for use with the DrivePro Body 60. Featuring six charging ports, one USB 3.0 port, and two Ethernet ports, the station is a complete charging, data upload, and device management solution. Users can change station settings via LAN, upload images and videos via WAN, and back files up to an external drive via USB. Simultaneous data transfer and device charging also saves users’ time.

 

DrivePro Body Toolbox
Transcend®’s DrivePro Body Toolbox is software designed exclusively for DrivePro Body cameras. Its user-friendly interface allows for the secure management of recorded videos and images on Windows PCs. Also supported is the DrivePro Body 60’s geotagging function, by which displays a GPS route overlay during video playback. The DrivePro Body Toolbox features password protection to ensure police officers and security guards are able to prevent photo and video evidence from tampering.

 

Tailor-made accessories
The DBK2 accessory kit was designed for use with the DrivePro Body 60. This optional kit includes a magnetic mounting kit, a MOLLE mount, and a camera holder. The magnetic mounting kit features strong magnets that hold the DrivePro Body body camera firmly in place. The MOLLE mount is designed for use with tactical vests featuring a MOLLE attachment system. Both options ensure a secure, stable mount.

 

The DrivePro Body 60 body camera comes with a belt holster, a clip mount, and an adhesive mount, and is backed by Transcend®’s two-year limited warranty.


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