Our range has been created to cover all needs and budgets. Compare the different models to see which suits you best.
Click on certain features for a more in-depth explanation on what they mean and do.

Scout

Eclipse

Stealth

Gemini

Price

from £139.99

from £169.99

from £189.99

from £199.99

32GB

32GB

32GB

32GB

Ambrella H22

Ambrella H22

Ambarella H22

Ambrella H22

2560 x 1440 30P

2688 x 1512 30P

2688 x 1512 30P

2688 x 1512 30P

MP4 H.264

MP4 H.264 / H.265

MP4 H.264 / H.265

MP4 H.264 / H.265

Built-in 2700mAH

Built-in 3100mAH

Built-in 2800mAH 

Removable 2600mAH (x 2)

~10 hrs Approx

~11 hrs Approx

~11 hrs Approx

~17 hrs Approx

(8.5hrs per battery)

2" LCD on Rear

0.96" LCD on Top

2" LCD on Rear

2" LCD on Rear

140 Degrees

140 Degrees

140 Degrees

140 Degrees

30MP

30MP

30MP

30MP

IP66

IP66

IP66

IP66

NO

YES

YES

YES

NO

YES

NO

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

NO

YES

NO

YES

NO

YES

NO

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Storage

All our range have ‘in-built’ file storage. Unlike some amateur body camera models on the market which may use a removable SD card, the in-built storage is designed with security and data-protection in mind. The internal hardrive is encrypted and secured with a passcode, ensuring access to the files and videos can only be carried out by an authorised person and not just ejected or lost on a removeable SD card.

Chipset

The Ambrella 22 DSP chip is installed in all our cameras. The new generation chip replaces the old Ambrella A7 and offers a higher quality, more vivid image. The best chip currently available in this industry.

Video Resolution

It’s 2022, video resolution has moved on a lot since 1080p. That’s why our cameras offer the highest definition video possible. From 2560 x 1440 30P up to an incredible 2688 x 1512 30p (Extreme HD) you can be assured you’re getting the best footage quality.
The video resolution is fully adjustable in the ‘settings’ on Recall cameras, so can be tailored to each user’s preferences.

Video Format

H.264 is the video format compression standard also known as MPEG-4, which is the usual format on most body cameras supporting up to 4K (4092 x 2160). It allows for the recording, compression and distribution of video and audio content. This format is usually ‘network-friendly’ as it offers high-quality video without taking up huge amounts of bandwidth when transferring.
H.265 is an improved version of the H.264 format. It however can offer the same level of video quality, but twice the data compression, therefore utilising half the bandwidth and half the storage, making units using this format more efficient. However, this does come at a cost and this feature will make a camera more expensive than those with the standard H2.64 format.

Battery Type

Recall body cameras are all equipped with Lithium-ion (Li-Ion) batteries. This is a type of rechargeable battery composed of separate cells in which lithium ions move from the negative electrode through an electrolyte to the positive electrode during discharge.
Cameras with in-built rechargeable batteries are not removable, but are charged by docking the camera directly on to their charging base. Some models offer a removable / rechargeable solution. These can be charged within the camera via the charging the dock or as a standalone battery in the appropriate docking station.

Battery Life

The Lithium-Ion batteries come in different capacities depending on each unit. The size of the battery will determine the length of life you will get out of one charge. The ‘Max Battery Life‘ quoted in the table refers to what could be possible if you removed all the power-intensive features and basically ran the camera on all the minimum settings.

Example Battery Life (3000 mAh In-Built Lithium-Ion)

Max Operating TimeResolution SettingsPower-Intensive FeaturesOFF
10 hours840 x 480p 30PGPS / WiFi / InfraRed / EIS / LCD (All OFF)
9.5 hours1280 x 720p 30PGPS / WiFi / InfraRed / EIS / LCD (All OFF)
8.5 hours1920 x 1080p 30PGPS / WiFi / InfraRed / EIS / LCD (All OFF)
7.5 hours2304 x 1440p 30P GPS / WiFi / InfraRed / EIS / LCD (All OFF)
7 hours2680 x 1512p 30PGPS / WiFi / InfraRed / EIS / LCD (All OFF)
Turning on power-intensive features such as GPS, InfraRed Night Vision and Wifi will significantly reduce the maximum battery life

Screen

Our range offer various LCD displays. Depending on your preference and needs you can decide which unit would be more beneficial to you. A camera with a 2″ LCD rear display for example, as well as displaying icons for your current settings, is also ideal if you need to review your footage constantly on the go, deleting or editing files. The downside to this is the fact that using the larger LCD whilst on a shift will also significantly reduce your battery life. You could also argue that there would be more chance of a larger display being damaged in the event of any confrontations or altercations you may find yourself in.

A smaller LCD (Like the one on top of the Recall Eclipse) still allows the user to clearly view and change the unit settings, but without the option to playback and view footage means the battery life would be much better on these units.

Viewing Angle

This refers to the lens viewing angle. The wider the lens angle, means the wider the field of view from the camera – so can pick up more on the outer extremities of the camera lens. All our cameras offer a wide 140o viewing angle.

Image Resolution

This is the resolution of which still images can be captured. This usually ranges from 21MP (MegaPixels) to 30MP.
Anything in this range is considered more than enough for high definition images and printing physical images should you require.

IP Rating

All the cameras enclosures in the Recall range are rated IP66.
First Digit (Intrusion Protection) = 6. Totally Dust Tight. Full protection against dust and other particulates, including a vacuum seal, tested against a continuous airflow.
Second Digit (Moisture Protection) = 6. Protection against direct high pressure jets.

An IP66 rating will be more than sufficient for intense security work, emergency services and door supervising in heavy rain.

GPS

Units with GPS can show the physical location of an image or video when it was recorded. This is usually displayed in to the user in the form of either GPS Co-Ordinates which can be placed into Google Maps or using the GPS Map Software on a PC when reviewing the footage back. This is sometimes included with the camera depending on which model you have.

This feature comes into its own when using your videos for evidence, as it can place the incident in an exact location should you need to create a strong case.

Wi-Fi

Some of our units have in-built Wi-Fi modules so they can connect to your Smart Phone or Computer via a wireless connection. We suggest downloading a Wi-Fi Camera App. The unit should then be discoverable using the Wi-Fi searching option on your Smart Phone or PC and most apps will allow you to view and playback any files you have stored on the camera.

Infra Red Night Vision

All Recall cameras offer an Infra Red Night Vision option. This is supplied via the small IR LEDs surrounding the camera lens. This is usually combined with a light sensor which can activate the Night Vision function automatically when the camera is being operated in low-light conditions. Although IR footage will be in black and white, users will be able to get good clear facial images up to 10m away on some Recall units.

Passcode Protection

The Recall range is specifically designed for security professionals, so all units offer file and data protection through a 6-digit passcode which can be set by the camera administrator. This will ensure important files can only be viewed, edited or deleted by an authorised person, and evidence can not be destroyed or lost.

G-Sensor

A camera with a G-Sensor option will allow the unit to feel external forces or knocks which can trigger it to start recording. Ideal security who are usually stationary for long periods and only require recording once they start moving, or for use in a parked vehicle to monitor any dings or bashes whilst away from the vehicle.

Electric Image Stability (EIS)

EIS is a clever function on some cameras which compensates for shaky images and jittering using an in-built motion sensor. Similar to using a gimbal, EIS gives the user much steadier, clearer footage which is smoother than using a camera without the stability.

Pre-Recording

This brilliant feature will enable a user to capture 30-seconds prior to pressing the record button.
This is ideal if a situation has developed whilst you have not been recording. With these crucial extra 30 seconds leading up to an event, it could prove to be vital evidence into how and why an event occurred.

Built-In Microphone

All the Recall range have in-build microphones for high-quality sound recording. Picking up voices and conversation which could be useful if required for evidence.