Surveillance at night? Surveillance from two miles away? No problem!
This virtual session explores two advanced surveillance techniques: extreme long-range recording and night recording. Participants learn how to effectively record evidence-grade surveillance video at distances greater than two miles using long-range lenses for DSLR and mirrorless cameras and camcorder digital zoom capabilities.
Students will then learn four different ways they can possibly use their cameras in low-light and no-light conditions. They will also see demonstration video from both low-cost and high-end night recording devices and learn how to use infrared lights and beacons as tools for night surveillance and investigator safety.
Who Should Attend
This course is ideal for Law Enforcement and Public Safety Professionals, Military Investigators, Fish Game and Wildlife Enforcement, Jail and Correctional Facility Employees, School and Campus Security Professionals, Independent Investigators
Recording Surveillance Video
Choosing the Right Camera for Night and Extreme-Range Surveillance
Comparison of Optical Zoom, Digital Zoom, and Zoom/Telephoto Lenses
Recording Extreme Range Surveillance with Digital Zoom on Camcorders
Recording Long Range Surveillance with DSLR Zoom Lenses and Superzoom Cameras
Four Ways to Record Video in Low-Light and No-Light Situations
Camera Settings and Techniques for Night Surveillance
Recording Surveillance with Binoculars, Monoculars, and Optics
Employing Infrared Flashlights and Spotlights for Night Surveillance
Using Infrared Beacons as Covert Safety Devices
Night and Extreme Range Video Surveillance is $95 per participant
Payment must be received prior to the beginning of the course
Discounts are available to agencies who register at least three participants
Zoom information will be emailed to all paid participants the day prior to class.