1080P FHD Recording, Rexing P1 Body-worn camera equipped with 6 infrared lights, captures clear footage up to 50 feet away in pitch-black darkness. With the built-in 64GB storage, there will be plenty of space to store all video captured throughout your upcoming working days.
2" Color LCD Display
Gives you a clear view of the action you're recording or reviewing.
With instant autofocus to eliminate blurry images.
Li-ion Rechargeable Battery
Lasts up to 20 hours in standby mode.
For easy image transfer. USB streaming capability allows the camcorder to function as a webcam.
Internal 64GB Memory
The spacious built-in storage allows you to store your video, picture, and audio recordings with no hassle.
1080p FHD Recording and Infrared Night Vision
Captures videos in full HD resolution with high-intensity infrared LEDs.
The oldest recordings will be removed when the storage limit is reached.
170° Ultra Wide Angle Lens
Captures and records a broad view with detailed information of the surroundings.
Police Panic Mode
Switch to this mode by pressing one button and the P1 will play a loud audible siren sound and flash red and blue lights.
Personal passwords can be set to avoid recording being stolen or deleted.
Waterproof and Shockproof
An ideal body camera for the harshest weather and working conditions.
Long Battery Life
The built-in 3000mAh rechargeable battery allows the P1 to have a 20-hour standby duration and 11+ hours of audio recording on a Full Charge.
A:AnswerNo additional Memory card, but the unit has more then you need for one day use. (build-in)
Do not know the battery type. (build-in)
The unit works wonderfully. Take very clear Photos and videos. With a 170 degree view on the lens.
A:AnswerThe user manual is in both English and Chinese. The first half is English and the second half Chinese. Here's a link to their support site where you can link to the user manual and have a look at it: https://www.rexingusa.com/rexing-p1-product-support/
A:AnswerHi David! Yes and once the memory card is full it will automatically delete the oldest unlocked footage to make way for new footage. If you have an important clip, be sure to lock the footage so it doesn’t get overwritten.