Panasonic Announces Arbitrator BodyWorn Camera MK3
Panasonic System Communications Company of North America, Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America (Panasonic), a provider of advanced mobile technology, video evidence capture and management solutions for the public sector, will be announcing at ISC West 2017 its next generation Arbitrator Body-Worn Camera (BWC) MK3.
Incorporating feedback from law enforcement agencies around the country, the Panasonic MK3 camera is designed to be rugged and reliable in any situation. The new version of this product has the following upgraded features: industry-leading battery life, durability, and system compatibility.
"Law enforcement and other organizations operating in harsh conditions and with no tolerance for equipment failure or inferior video have turned to Panasonic for rugged quality for years," said Panasonic Business Security Group Director Greg Peratt. "The new MK3 is designed to deliver the same tough reliability Panasonic is famous for, and is engineered to exceed law enforcement expectations for a body-worn camera."
New features of the Arbitrator BWC MK 3 include:
- More than 12-hour battery life
- IP67-rated design that makes the body-worn camera resistant when exposed to dirt, drops, water submersion and other environmental conditions
- Rugged IP67 and MIL-STD-810G architecture
- Compatible with Panasonic's Enterprise-Level Evidence Management Software and In-Vehicle recording systems
The MK3 will be available through Panasonic's reseller network in the Spring of 2017. The MK3 will be on display at ISC West in Las Vegas.