PatrolEyes 1296P IR GPS Wide Angle Police Body Camera DV1 2 XL
The new PatrolEyes body camera is here! The PatrolEyes XL is a body worn, high-definition, video recorder for law enforcement with true HD 1296p recording, now with a larger battery and removable SD card for longer recording. With its 140 degree wide angle lens or 170 degree in 480p mode and removable SD card, it can capture up to almost 13 hours of footage on a single charge! With the press of a single button, recording can start even when the camera is turned off. The built in LCD allows you to review videos, photos or audio recordings in the field. Use a removable micro SD card up to 128GB that gives you the ability to exchange cards once one is full so you can always get the evidence you need!
One Touch Recording
While in standby mode or turned off, simply press the record button on the camera to start recording. LED indicators, audio(can be disabled) and vibration alerts will notify you when recording has started or stopped.
True 1296p High Definition
With the ability to record in crystal clear HD 1296p video, this camera's wide angle view will record every detail.
Extended Battery Life
Larger 4000 mAh battery allows you to record up to almost 13 hours on a single charge!
Removable SD Card
Allows up to 128GB
33 Megapixel Camera
Features a 33MP camera with a burst shot option of 3 or 5 photos, the built-in memory can store thousands of high quality images instantly. Snap pictures while the the camera is recording as well.
Advanced Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS)
Allows you to achieve clear, steady images even when the camera is shaking.
Pre and Post Event Recording
Allows you to record videos 30 seconds prior or after the point when you press record, so you never miss a moment.
Multiple Night Vision Options
Built in dual infrared LED's can be turned on or off with the push of a button. Record up to 30 feet in pitch darkness with the infrareds activated or disable them for covert low light recording while still in night vision mode.
Date and time stamp option on every video with officer ID, that can't be tampered with. Can also be password protected.
External Camera Support
Supports an optional 5V external button camera for covert applications or a wide angle lens version for a lower profile setup.
The 2" color LCD screen with built in speaker allows you to view video and audio recordings instantly. AV out port and a micro HDMI port allow for viewing data on a larger screen.
When transferring videos the included files have their own unique device ID, log files, and video/photo files organized into folders so you can easily find the evidence you need.
Walkie Talkie (PTT Function)
The PTT function with compatible cable allows you to replace your shoulder microphone so you can connect the PatrolEyes HD to your walkie talkie. View our list of PTT walkie talkie compatible. Models.
Seamless recording -- ideal when transitioning from being used as a dash camera to body camera. (NOTE: this feature only available when camera has USB mode firmware)
Heavy Duty Casing
Weather resistant and drop proof up to 10 feet!
GPS built in. GPS coordinates will be embedded onto the video file.
Multiple Firmware Options
Allows you to manage your camera in multiple modes -- choose between our password protected version or non-password protected version firmware.
- Battery Life: Up to 13 hours
- Video Resolution: 1296p @ 30fps, 1080p @ 30fps, 720p @ 30/60fps, 480p @ 30/60fps
- Video Format: .MP4
- Photo Format: .JPG
- Image Stabilization: Advanced Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS)
- Removable Storage: Up to 128GB (32GB included)
- Battery: Built-in 4000mAh
- Field of View: 140°
- Night Vision: 2 Built-in 850NM IR LED's
- Night Vision Range: Up to 32ft with visible face detection
- Time and Date Stamp: Embedded on every video with user ID
- Burst Photo: 1, 3, or 5 photos at once
- Fast Forward or Rewind Speeds: 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X, 32X, 64X
- Working Temperature: -40°C to 60°C
- Camera Weight: 175 grams
- Camera Dimensions: 94x61x31 mm
- Camera Chipset: Ambarella A7
- Metal swivel body clip
- USB cable
- USB wall charger
- USB car charger
- 1 year warranty
|Battery Life||13 hours|
|Charge Time||150 minutes|
|Night Vision Range||30ft|
|Photo Burst||1, 3, or 5|
|Playback Speeds||2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x or 64x|
|Pre/post Event Recording||Yes|
|Standby Battery Life||15 Hours|
|Time and Date Stamp||Yes|
|Working Temperature||-40°F to 140°F|
- What is the difference between password mode and usb mode?
- USB Mode: The pre-installed firmware allows you to transfer files directly to your PC via USB.
- Password Mode: An optional firmware version that allows you to password protect the cameras files, making the user input a password before being able to transfer files to a computer. No extra software is needed.
- If you are on windows, plug your camera into your PC and navigate to "My Computer" or "This PC". You should see your body camera's assigned drive letter. Usually D, E, or F. Depending on how many devices are connected to your computer. Right click on the drive letter assigned to your body camera and select "Format" towards the bottom. Another window will pop up showing you the settings available to format your device. Make sure the "File System" is set to fat32 if your camera is a 32GB model or smaller or exFAT if your camera is 64GB or larger. Enable "Quick Format" and then press "Start". Your device is now formatted.
- Plug your camera into a wall charger and take not of the status of the blue light. If the blue light is solid but the camera still will not hold a charge you will need to replace the battery. If the blue light does not come on or starts to flicker or is constantly flickering, please contact us.
- The LCD will automatically turn off to save power or you can always press the "display off" (light bulb) button as well.
- You can view the files directly on the device, using the HDMI or AV out port to view on a TV or transferring the files via USB to a PC. Note: If your camera is in police software mode you will have to use the police software.
- No, the lights are very dim and will only be visible from the officer.
- File duration is referring to how often the camera splits the video files. The camera will record until the battery is dead or the storage is full
- High, medium and low are referring to the bitrate of the video. The higher the bitrate the higher the video quality. If you want to get the most battery life, setting the video quality to low will allow you to get up to 1 hour of extra battery life in certain modes.
- Yes, please view the battery replacement guide below. If you do not feel comfortable doing this yourself, we can do it for you. Please email us at email@example.com
Do you have a list of compatible walkie talkie cables?
View a list of compatible PTT cables. All non Kenwood and non Motorola models must be special ordered.
Can I enable night vision mode without the infrared LED's glowing red for stealth operations?
Yes, with our latest firmware you now have this option. In night vision mode, the cameras lens infrared filter is removed which allows more light to pass thru which enables the camera to be 3-4X better than in day mode in low light conditions.
My videos are sometimes pink during the daytime, how do I fix this?
This means the infrared filter has moved out of place. You simply need to press the IR button once again and the IR filter will shift back into place and it will go back into daytime mode. This may occur if the camera was dropped, which can cause the filter to shift into this mode. Please also make sure the IR filter setting in the menu is set accordingly.
Does audio record with the video in pre-event recording mode?
Yes, audio and video are both recorded while in this mode.
How much video can be recorded in pre-event recording mode?
It depends on which resolution you are recording in and the video quality mode (bitrate).
- 1080P (high): 6 seconds
- 720P (high): 7 seconds
- 480P (high): 15 seconds
- 480p (low): 25 seconds
Battery Replacement Guide:
- On the back of the camera remove the 4 rubber plugs. They are not glued in.
- Unscrew the 4 screws.
- Firmly but gently pull the 2 shells apart. They do NOT come apart right away. They are still attached via 2 wires.
- You will now see a white, flat cable. The cable will detach from the "front" half of the camera. Where the cable is attached, you should see a black piece of plastic that is slightly wider than the cable. Take a screw driver, and lift both sides up slightly. The piece of plastic will not come out but will become loose.
- Now lay the 2 piece side by side on a table. You should now be able to see the battery.
- Remove the top 2 screws located on the top PCB board. Do not move it yet.
- Remove the 2 screws that secure the metal strap around the battery. Do not move anything yet.
- On the other half of the camera, the side with the lens, you will see where the battery connects to the main PCB board. It will most likely have hot glue on the cable.
- Take a flat head screwdriver and peel the glue away. Do not dig into the actual board, the glue should peel off with relative ease.
- There is a very small clip on the power cable. Depress the clip and pull the cable out.
- Back to the other side of the camera. Lift the small PCB board up slightly. Lift the metal strap up and remove the battery.
- Now place the replacement battery where the old battery was. Attach the power cable to the power port, you should hear a click. Hot glue is not needed.
- Screw the PCB board and the metal battery strap back.
- Now attach the flat white cable back to its port. It should slide between the black plastic piece and the port. Take a small screwdriver and press the black plastic tabs back down, securing the cable.
- Connect both halves of the camera back together.
Note: If you are not getting any sound from the camera, if sound is enabled, the white flat cable is not secured properly.