Brite Strike Technologies Duty Light Camera Flashlight DLC-200-8-MIL-RC is all the defense you will need against a frivolous lawsuit. Brite Strike Technologies flashlights are made by police officers, for police officers. The Brite Strike Duty Light Camera Flash Light is an all-around duty light video recording flashlight. This Brite Strike product is durable, water resistant and shock resistant. Manufactured from aircraft grade aluminum construction with hard anodized finish, the Duty Light Camera Flashlight is small in size and can easily fit on an officer's belt. The built-in VID, digital video recorder on this flashlight is simple and easy to use. Don't go on another beat without the Brite Strike Duty Light Camera Flash Light, the ultimate flashlight video camera!
Brite Strike Technologies Duty Light Camera Flashlight DLC4MILRC has a 50,000 hour LED life span, 6 hours of video recording time and can run off of rechargeable lithium batteries. This gives you hours of sight and video while on duty. This Brite Strike flashlight uses the 3GP video format, in a small and lightweight body. The easy to reach switch controls the power, high, low and strobe modes, microphone and camera. When you are done video recording, simply download directly from the Duty Light Camcorder to your computer or laptop via the included USB cable.
The DLC-200-HLS-MIL-RC Duty Light Camera is small and lightweight (approx. 12.3 ounces and 7.5-Inches long) and has a removable light diffuser for very high end video clarity that virtually eliminates the hot spot. The diffuser can be stored in the end cap of the light when not in use. The Brite Strike Duty Light is an all around great patrol light (Hi/Lo/Strobe) that is bright, durable, water resistant and shock resistant, in a small size that easily fits on an officer's belt. It is not just a great rechargeable duty light - the simple and easy-to-use built-in VID digital video recorder makes this police camera an essential tool for police and law enforcement officers, allowing the officer to record events as they take place and "Cover Your Assets" later in court.