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Motorola Solutions announces body-worn camera with detachable 12-hour battery.

Motorola Solutions announced the new WatchGuard V300 body-worn camera. The company said it is "the first in the industry to address law enforcement's need for cameras that remain operational beyond a 12-hour shift." Swappable battery packs, 128 GB of memory and secure wireless uploading enable it to operate continuously. "Battery life is the single biggest issue for agencies operating body cameras," said John Kedzierski, senior vice president of Motorola Solutions' Video Security Solutions group. "Historically, body cameras could not be used beyond a full shift until they were charged for 4 hours. The WatchGuard V300 allows officers to snap on a spare 12-hour battery pack to seamlessly extend operation into overtime, extra shifts or part-time jobs."

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