Rexing P1 Body Worn Camera, 2” Display 1080p Full HD, 64G M

Rexing P1 Body Worn Camera, 2” Display 1080p Full HD, 64G M

Rexing P1 Body Worn Camera, 2” Display 1080p Full HD, 64G M

Rexing P1 Body Worn Camera, 2” Display 1080p Full HD, 64G M:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I don't write a lot of reviews but since I tested out three similar body cameras, I thought it might be helpful to people to go over the pros and cons of each one. I'm not LEO and my primary use is for when I'm hiking with my dog. I'm not looking for 4K, action cam type video, just something to record my interactions when I come across hikers with other dogs (CYA).The three models I tried are:CammPro 1296P 64GB (weighs 6.2oz)Rexing P1 64GB (weighs 3.9oz)Patrol Master 1296 P 64GB (weighs 5.9oz)First, some common notes about the cameras:As of this writing, all three cameras are priced similarly (~5-0). The video quality on all three is okay, not terrible but not earth shattering either. I did a side-by-side comparison of the Rexing and the Patrol Master and the Patrol Master seems to be the best of the three. All of them exhibit pixelation in lower light and/or fast motion. Still-image quality on all three cameras is sub-par, especially compared even lower-level smart phones these days. That isn't a big deal to me because I don't plan on using it for still pictures. Another thing to note is that on both the CammPro and the Rexing, the USB connector on the camera was spotty, and if I barely touched the cable while plugged in, they would disconnect and then re-connect. This does not appear to be an issue on the Patrol Master, and the USB cable is firm and it doesn't disconnect if I pickup the camera while it's plugged in.Here are some notes about each camera individually.CammProThis was the first one I tried and it's the biggest, heaviest, and most feature-rich of the three. It is the only one of the three that has GPS, which is nice to have but not a requirement for me. The CammPro also has the biggest clip (necessary due to it's size), but it covers the entire rear screen while attached. It also comes with a separate charging base while the others only have a wall charger/USB Cable. This camera does seem the most rugged of the three. When I purchased this camera, there was a section of the description that said it had a 170 degree field of view, and another section that said 140, but it looks like that's been corrected now. One complaint I have about this camera is that it plays a LOUD sound when it's turned on and I see no way to disable that.RexingI REALLY wanted to like this camera because it was the smallest and lightest of the bunch, but I really cannot recommend it for several reasons. First off, when I plugged it in to my PC, it tried to install a virus. Luckily my virus software detected it and removed it, but that is not something that should happen. Also, the description is not accurate. It claims the video format is H264 MPEG, but it's actually uncompressed MPEG in an AVI format, and the recorded video files are about 2.5x bigger than the CammPro and about 2x bigger than the Patrol Master. This effectively reduces the storage capacity compared to other cameras with the same amount of storage. It also takes much longer to copy the videos from the camera to your PC. Furthermore, the description claims the camera has GPS but it does not. The description also says the battery can last up to 10 hours, and while I didn't test it, I would be surprised if that was accurate. The manual menu descriptions do not match up very well with the actual menu options on the camera. On the plus side, this camera has a 21x zoom. It says optical zoom but I have a feeling it's actually a digital zoom, but I'm not 100% certain.Patrol MasterAfter not being too thrilled with the CammPro and the Rexing, I decided to order and try out the Patrol Master. This is the camera I have decided to keep. It is not as small or as light as the Rexing, but it is smaller and lighter than the CammPro, and it has pretty much all of the same features (minus the GPS), and I felt it was the best combination of size and features for my needs. It also has a sound that plays during boot-up but that can be turned off in the settings. The buttons have a nice feel and the camera came with two clips. The files are H264 video in a MOV file type. The menu options and manual of the Patrol Master are the most clear of the three (though still not perfect). Battery life seems good so far but I really haven't tried to see if I can get 10 hours of record time.In summary, all three of these cameras are capable of performing their intended function. I would have likely kept the Rexing if it had not tried to infect my PC with a virus, and if the description was accurate. The CammPro was nice but really bigger and heavier than I prefer. The Patrol Master is a good balance of features/quality for the price.max 90% off,ranking top3,newRexing P1 Body Worn Camera, 2” Display 1080p Full HD, 64G M
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  • 1080p FHD amp; Infrared Night Vision - Enjoy Full HD recording capabilities and rest assured during the night time with high-intensity infrared LEDs that capture clear footage up to 50 feet away in pitch-black darkness.
  • Built-in 64GB Large Storage amp; Loop Recording - Built in 64GB storage for all your video, picture and audio recordings. There will be plenty of space to store all video captured throughout your upcoming working days. When the storage limit is reached in the memory, our bodycam automatically overwrites the oldest recordings and cycles new footage. All video, pictures amp; audio can only be transferred and shared to other devices amp; computers via the included USB Cable.
  • Long Battery Life amp; 21x Digital Zoom - A powerful 3000mAh battery lets you record video for up to 10 hours, 11+ hours of audio only recording or 20 hours of standby, ideal for usage during work shifts and daily life. Our P1 bodycam has a superior 21x Digital zoom feature for recording video or taking pictures.
  • Safety - The P1 bodycam has PASSWORD PROTECTION where you can set a password for the camera to avoid all recorded files being stolen or deleted. Considering the needs of Law Enforcement, all videos, pictures and audio can ONLY be deleted through connecting to the computer via USB Cable. Rexing bodycam with IP67 WATERPROOF and solid SHOCKPROOF materials offers awesome water and shock resistance which is ideal for security guard, police officer and bouncer for indoor and heavy-duty outdoor use.
  • Ultra Compact amp; ULTRA WIDE ANGLE amp; One Button Design - 2” High Quality LCD screen packed inside a slim, discreet and lightweight, ideal for law enforcement out in the field. With 170° ultra wide angle lens, capture and record the broad view with detailed information about the surroundings. Further protect yourself with features such as Police Panic Mode with one button press which plays a loud audible siren sound and flashes light.
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1080p FHD amp; IR NIGHT VISION amp; ULTRA WIDE ANGLE

1080P FHD Recording, Rexing Body worn camera equipped with 6 infrared lights, captures clear footage up to 50 feet away in pitch-black darkness. As the ultimate security gadget, Rexing P1 offers great security throughout your upcoming shifts as a security guard, police officer, or bouncer. With the 170° ultra wide angle, it can capture much more information for the critical scene nearby.

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With the built-in 3000mAh rechargeable battery, it provides 20 hours of standby duration, 11+ hours of audio recording on a Full Charge.

Rexing body camera with IP67 waterproof rating and solid shockproof materials offers awesome water and shock resistance which is ideal for security guard, police officer and bouncer for indoor and heavy-duty outdoor use. The camera is extremely rugged and durable, capable of withstanding the Harshest weather and working conditions.

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Rexing P1 Body Worn Camera, 2” Display 1080p Full HD, 64G M

Rexing P1 Body Worn Camera, 2” Display 1080p Full HD, 64G M:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I don't write a lot of reviews but since I tested out three similar body cameras, I thought it might be helpful to people to go over the pros and cons of each one. I'm not LEO and my primary use is for when I'm hiking with my dog. I'm not looking for 4K, action cam type video, just something to record my interactions when I come across hikers with other dogs (CYA).The three models I tried are:CammPro 1296P 64GB (weighs 6.2oz)Rexing P1 64GB (weighs 3.9oz)Patrol Master 1296 P 64GB (weighs 5.9oz)First, some common notes about the cameras:As of this writing, all three cameras are priced similarly (~5-0). The video quality on all three is okay, not terrible but not earth shattering either. I did a side-by-side comparison of the Rexing and the Patrol Master and the Patrol Master seems to be the best of the three. All of them exhibit pixelation in lower light and/or fast motion. Still-image quality on all three cameras is sub-par, especially compared even lower-level smart phones these days. That isn't a big deal to me because I don't plan on using it for still pictures. Another thing to note is that on both the CammPro and the Rexing, the USB connector on the camera was spotty, and if I barely touched the cable while plugged in, they would disconnect and then re-connect. This does not appear to be an issue on the Patrol Master, and the USB cable is firm and it doesn't disconnect if I pickup the camera while it's plugged in.Here are some notes about each camera individually.CammProThis was the first one I tried and it's the biggest, heaviest, and most feature-rich of the three. It is the only one of the three that has GPS, which is nice to have but not a requirement for me. The CammPro also has the biggest clip (necessary due to it's size), but it covers the entire rear screen while attached. It also comes with a separate charging base while the others only have a wall charger/USB Cable. This camera does seem the most rugged of the three. When I purchased this camera, there was a section of the description that said it had a 170 degree field of view, and another section that said 140, but it looks like that's been corrected now. One complaint I have about this camera is that it plays a LOUD sound when it's turned on and I see no way to disable that.RexingI REALLY wanted to like this camera because it was the smallest and lightest of the bunch, but I really cannot recommend it for several reasons. First off, when I plugged it in to my PC, it tried to install a virus. Luckily my virus software detected it and removed it, but that is not something that should happen. Also, the description is not accurate. It claims the video format is H264 MPEG, but it's actually uncompressed MPEG in an AVI format, and the recorded video files are about 2.5x bigger than the CammPro and about 2x bigger than the Patrol Master. This effectively reduces the storage capacity compared to other cameras with the same amount of storage. It also takes much longer to copy the videos from the camera to your PC. Furthermore, the description claims the camera has GPS but it does not. The description also says the battery can last up to 10 hours, and while I didn't test it, I would be surprised if that was accurate. The manual menu descriptions do not match up very well with the actual menu options on the camera. On the plus side, this camera has a 21x zoom. It says optical zoom but I have a feeling it's actually a digital zoom, but I'm not 100% certain.Patrol MasterAfter not being too thrilled with the CammPro and the Rexing, I decided to order and try out the Patrol Master. This is the camera I have decided to keep. It is not as small or as light as the Rexing, but it is smaller and lighter than the CammPro, and it has pretty much all of the same features (minus the GPS), and I felt it was the best combination of size and features for my needs. It also has a sound that plays during boot-up but that can be turned off in the settings. The buttons have a nice feel and the camera came with two clips. The files are H264 video in a MOV file type. The menu options and manual of the Patrol Master are the most clear of the three (though still not perfect). Battery life seems good so far but I really haven't tried to see if I can get 10 hours of record time.In summary, all three of these cameras are capable of performing their intended function. I would have likely kept the Rexing if it had not tried to infect my PC with a virus, and if the description was accurate. The CammPro was nice but really bigger and heavier than I prefer. The Patrol Master is a good balance of features/quality for the price.max 90% off,ranking top3,newRexing P1 Body Worn Camera, 2” Display 1080p Full HD, 64G M