Body worn cameras ‘rising’ to the challenge
The limits are endless for the use of body worn video technology, supplying wider sectors and industries than ever before, to now being used to record a Guinness World Record attempt.
Last week, Pinnacle Response received an interesting opportunity to help Belfast based Neill's flour and Patton's Bakery attempt to break the record for the world's largest scone.
The PR6 body worn camera was chosen to record this world record attempt, due to its long recording time, as the scone was estimated to take up to 8 hours to bake. The Pinnacle PR6 had other factors to help the verification process of the record due to its crystal-clear optimised sound quality, time and date stamp, superior gain and low light capture ability and the new sturdy recording dock. As Guinness World Record regulations state that the video evidence must record the entire record attempt from start to finish, the video should be recorded using sturdy camera support and recorded with a device of good quality audio.
This attempt of the world's largest scone weighed in at a huge 141.8kg and although the bakers are confident of success they will have to wait to be officially verified by Guinness World Records over the next coming months.