Video Surveillance for Drug and Border Investigations
This course teaches student how to successfully plan covert video surveillance and the situational awareness necessary for safe operations. Students will be exposed to state-of-the-art covert video surveillance systems and will be offered the opportunity to use them in realistic hands-on scenarios.
- Introduction to camcorders, covert cameras, and digital video formats
- Safely shooting surveillance video
- Daylight exterior Practical exercises
- Low-light with night vision practical exercises
Recording quality audio from covert body cameras
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