'PistolCam' firearms shoot in more ways than one

The device attaches to a gun and records video.

Legend Technologies

The PistolCam a device designed to fit onto regular pistols or even small rifles. When removed from the holster, the camera automatically starts to record video clips (with audio) at 30 frames per second for a maximum of 60 minutes. It can also capture 3.2-megapixel still images.

Besides helping to improve accuracy when firing, the tactical illuminator and laser targeting light can help brighten the scene for another party who may be viewing the situation in real time. The resulting footage could be used in resolving disputes about the use of the firearm.

You can forget about thinking of attaching the digicam to your Nerf gun. The PistolCam is available only to police departments and other licensed agencies.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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