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LEA to Resell FFV Compact Recorder

The NDT 200-based systems offer a compact, reliable, and user-friendly means of recording video in a range of field surveillance applications. 
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Law Enforcement Associates (LEA), the largest U.S. manufacturer of undercover surveillance equipment, will resell one of Fast Forward Video's workhorse products, the small-footprint NDT 200 digital video recorder, as part of its line of products for law enforcement and military customers.

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FFV NDT 200

The NDT 200-based systems offer a compact, reliable, and user-friendly means of recording video in a range of field surveillance applications.

"Law enforcement agencies are becoming very sophisticated in their requirements for field surveillance equipment, whether it's to help ensure officer safety or to gather evidence in criminal activity. By adding the NDT 200 to our product lineup, we're reinforcing our position as the go-to company for cutting-edge technology," said Jay Becker, sales manager for LEA. "FFV is well-known in the industry for its high quality and reliability, as well as for the range of features in its products, and the NDT 200 provides the ideal solution to meet the stringent requirements of today's law enforcement operations."

The NDT 200 uses a removable 2.5-inch hard-disk drive and a large display panel and touchpad for ease of operation. Its small size makes it an easy drop-in replacement for tape-based recording devices, fitting into the same area as a video Walkman.

All functions can be controlled via the touchpad user interface, large soft push buttons, and LCD panel or from an external PC or VTR controller. Video clips can be recorded in QuickTime format for playback on a PC or Mac or as FFV secure video files and then downloaded to PC or Mac systems via USB 2.0 port or through the removal of the hard drive itself.

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