Cinemas Use Night Vision Goggles Vs Illegal Camcording | Inquirer Entertainment

Man tells cops before
he goes down by gunfire
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MANILA, Philippines The Philippines screen community remains committed to ensuring intellectual property is promoted and protected following the recent announcement by the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) removing the Philippines from the 2014 Special 301 Watch List. Following this development, cinemas are employing night vision goggles (NVGs) to prevent Illegal camcording of movies in cinemas which remains a major threat during the blockbuster release season. Along with the current range of high priority detection measures, local cinemas are partnering with the Optical Media Board (OMB) to employ NVGs during screening sessions to deter and detect any instance of illegal camcording. Expert teams trained to detect illegal camcording will be fitted with NVGs and stationed in strategic places in theatres, ensuring that anyone who attempts to illegally record a movie will be swiftly detected. OMB Chairman Ronnie Ricketts, said, Our removal from the Special 301 Watch List is a massive achievement for the whole Filipino community. However, we should not be complacent.
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Bushnell Lynx Night Vision Binocular Offers Improved Viewing Performance

CLICK TO ENLARGE Night vision image of where police cornered the chase suspect. Photo: SPD (SEATTLE, WA) — There may not be a poorer choice of words in the English language to utter to a cop – after an adrenalin fueled high speed chase at night by cops on the freeway, and after being cornered in a car port and seeing a police officer approach – than I’ve got a gun too. But that is what Seattle Police say a suspect uttered – “I’ve got a pistol too” – after the man had been cornered in a car shed and was being approached by Seattle Police officers in a Beacon Hill neighborhood Tuesday night. Seattle Police have released more information about the fatal shooting of that man, including video (see below) from an overhead WSP infrared (night vision) camera-equipped plane, Smokey 3 as units follow the speeding truck. The WSP says it clocked the driver of a white pickup truck doing over 100 miles per hour in the late evening hours of July 1st all the way from south King County to that Seattle neighborhood to the very yard where SPD officers move in on foot toward where the suspect is believed to be hiding.
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–( )- Bushnell , an industry leader in high performance sports optics for 65 years, has introduced the new Lynx 2.5x 40mm night vision binocular . The Gen I night vision unit features 2.5 times magnification, a viewing range of 750 feet combined with a wide field of view and an extended battery life. With its compact ergonomic design, the night vision binocular measures just seven inches in length and weighs only 17 ounces. Depending on ambient light conditions, the built-in infrared (IR) spotlight can be turned on or off to improve the viewing experience.
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