According to a new local law, businesses in White Plains, N.Y., are now required to record quality video of patrons and provide that recording to police on demand. The law was passed last week unanimously by the Common Council, requiring certain merchants to install and maintain digital video camera systems to view and record quality video of everyone who enters.
It’s a balancing act. James Connolly wanted to significantly cut losses while having better images for liability and prosecution use. Tatiana Fokina, on the other hand, wanted to create a secure shopping experience that matches her inventory and customer profile.
For surveillance in tight spaces or operations where discretion is key, this miniature HDTV camera consists of a small sensor unit that includes the camera head and progressive scan image sensor, which is connected up to 26 feet away from the main unit that contains the camera electronics and features.
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