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Tac Camera is a miniature body cam for ordinary citizens with a design that's been inspired by the body cameras worn by police officers. It'll clip securely to virtually any piece of clothing, and will stay put even if you engage in some intense physical activity, so you can wear it almost anywhere. With this camera, you'll be able to record up to eight gigabytes of high-definition audio and video. When you want to watch or listen to it, the camera will connect to almost any computer via the included USB cable.
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To get started with your Tac Camera, turn it on by using the power button and start recording. You can carry the camera with you in any way you desire, such as in one hand or in a small pocket. However, in most cases, the safest and most secure option will be securing it to your clothing with the attached clip. Be sure to turn the camera off while you're not recording anything, as this will lead to a longer life for the device.
After you feel like you're done recording audio or video for a while, you can then plug your camera into a computer or tablet by using the USB cable that comes with each camera. To do so, you'll need to attach one end of the cable (the smaller one) to the camera and the other end to the computer or tablet.
Once your camera is plugged into your computer, you'll be able to watch and listen to what you've recorded with it by using almost any popular audio or video player, such as Windows Media Player. You'll be able to download the audio you hear and the video you see onto your computer so you can access it later. You'll also have the option of sharing it with others via email or social media.
A lot of recording devices can be big and bulky, but the Tac Camera is even smaller than a smartphone. In fact, it's less than half the size of the average smartphone. Therefore, carrying it instead of an alternative device will give you a lighter load, and unless you show them the device or tell them, most people probably won't even notice that you have it.
In contrast to its small size, this body cam has a generous memory capacity of up to eight gigabytes of video, audio or both. If you run out of memory while you've got it on, it won't automatically stop recording on you. Instead, it'll just start looping new recorded audio and video over top of the previous recordings you made. When you plug it into your computer later, even if you've been out recording things for hours, you'll always be able to see and hear your most recent recordings.
Each Tac Camera is contained within shock-proof, dark gray casing, so your camera will be able to survive drops to the ground from at least a few feet up without losing its ability to work. Moreover, while no one should ever step on their camera on purpose, if you were to accidentally step on yours, it would probably survive the impact without incurring severe damage.
Due to the six infrared LED lights within this camera, each one can record video at nighttime in addition to the day. This function may be beneficial if you're spending time outdoors in the dark or if you want to catch someone who might be prowling around your property at night. When you watch them, the video recordings you've taken at nighttime will be just as clear as the ones you've made during the daytime.
The Tac Camera will contribute to the safety of both the individual user and society at large because when you're wearing it, you may be able to record people committing crimes or doing unsafe things. This might even happen by accident if they come into the picture while you're recording something else of your choice. Following that, you can share the videos of any offenders with your local police.
One of these cameras is an ideal thing to bring along when you want to capture audio and video footage of family vacations, road trips, sporting activities and other fun activities. After you capture the footage, you'll be able to share it with everyone involved via your computer. On a day that you're bored or need a pick-me-up, you'll be able to go back and look at videos of fun times from the past.
If you need to practice a physical task with many steps involved for work or want to prove to your boss that you've completed something while alone, this camera will come in handy. To help yourself practice a task, you'll be able to record yourself while doing it and look at the recording as many times as you'd like later. In the second scenario, you'll be able to download and show your recording to your manager if they happen to question you. This may even prevent you from being fired from a job!
The Tac Camera isn't waterproof, nor is it stated anywhere that it's weather-resistant. Consequently, if it's raining hard or snowing, you'll need to be careful with the camera by keeping it tucked in an inner pocket of your clothing or in a plastic case or bag. Otherwise, the rain or snow may interfere—either temporarily or permanently—with the camera's performance. Since it's not waterproof, it almost goes without saying that it should not be submerged in water at any time. If you think an underwater recording would look really cool, you'll need to find another device to do it with.
If you're on the road or outdoors without access to a computer or tablet, you'll have to wait to view any videos or listen to any audio on your camera. There's no way to see or hear recordings on the camera alone without connecting it to a computer or tablet first.
There are some instances in which it's illegal to record other people or share the recordings with others after you've done so. The rules differ from state to state and from country to country, so before you make any recordings of other humans or share them, you should familiarize yourself with the laws in your physical location. If you don't, you could find yourself in a potentially sticky legal situation. Stick to recording just yourself or physical scenery if you're not sure about the legalities in a particular situation, especially if you're out of your home country.
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