Small, wearable body worn cameras for hire or purchase from a UK leading supplier.

Our bespoke packages of body cams have been successfully utilised by clients all over the country.


  • Foresolutions is one of the most trusted companies for lease hire and sales of body cameras across a range of sectors in the UK. 
  • Ensure your security & facilities management staff feel safe and have constant communication with colleagues.
  • Lifetime hardware warranty whilst in contract
  • We offer units that act as a radio and body camera combined, that easily integrate units with existing digital radio network

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Discover our Hytera body camera range

Hytera body cameras are packed with features that make them a valuable tool for those working in a variety of sectors.

They typically feature high-definition video recording capabilities, ensuring that important details are captured with clarity. The cameras often support both day and night recording, utilizing infrared technology for low-light or nighttime scenarios.

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Increasingly popular, lease hire enables you to finance your body cam solution on an opex model without any hefty upfront investment. You also have the option to transfer ownership at the end of the lease term for a small fixed fee, giving you total ownership of your cameras at the end of the term.

Example Deal:

  • Hytera VM580d body camera
  • 6 Users
  • Lease contract length: 24 Months
  • Monthly fee per user £13.34 ex vat*
  • Total cost of ownership** £2,220.96

*ex VAT and including a minimum of 19% corporation tax relief

**ex VAT including a minimum of 19% corporation tax relief plus £150 arrangement fee and an additional one off £150 transfer of ownership fee at the end of the lease term.

Stated figures are for illustrative purposes only and were correct at time of publication. Please contact us for a live, personalised quote.

You can opt to purchase your body cameras upfront on a more traditional capital expenditure model so you have total ownership from day 1. 

Example Deal:

  • Hytera VM580d
  • 6 Users
  • Price per unit: £340 ex VAT
  • Total Cost of ownership for 6 users: £2,040 ex VAT

Stated figures are for illustrative purposes only and were correct at time of publication. Please contact us for a live, personalised quote.

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What our customers say

"The team at Foresolutions supplied a collaborative and joined up approach and worked as part of our team. They delivered great technology which works well and is great value."

Keith Wilkie, National Trust at Clivedon

"It achieves all what we needed it to and more. We are able to communicate within a certain range outside of the school too, which is especially useful when some staff are undertaking home visits.

Sam Coombes, Ringwood School

"We work very closely with the retailers and this new radio link will be effective in improving the centre’s customer service and act as a deterrent which in turn will help to reduce incidents."

Matthew Spencer, Dolphin Shopping Centre

What is a bodyworn camera?

A body worn camera (BWC) is a device that is worn by law enforcement officers, security personnel, or other individuals, and is designed to capture video and audio recordings of their interactions with the public or in their work environment.

Body cameras are typically small, portable cameras that are attached to the officer's uniform or equipment and can be activated manually or automatically. They record both video and audio, and may also have features such as infrared or night vision, GPS tracking, and live streaming capabilities.

The use of body worn cameras has become increasingly popular in recent years as a way to promote transparency and accountability in law enforcement and security operations. The footage captured by these cameras can provide valuable evidence in investigations, and can also be used to monitor officer behaviour and improve training programs.

Which industries use body worn cameras?

Body worn cameras are primarily used in law enforcement and security industries, but their applications are not limited to these fields. Here are some examples of industries that use body cameras:

  1. Law enforcement: Police officers, and other law enforcement personnel wear body cameras to record their interactions with the public and to provide evidence in investigations.
  2. Security: Security personnel, such as guards or bouncers, use body cameras to monitor their work environment and to document incidents that occur on the job.
  3. Healthcare: Healthcare providers use body cameras to record interactions with patients and to document medical procedures.
  4. Delivery and logistics: Delivery drivers and logistics personnel wear body cameras to document their deliveries and to provide evidence in case of disputes.
  5. Sports: Athletes and coaches use body cameras to capture training sessions and to analyse performance.
  6. Construction: Construction workers wear body cameras to document safety hazards and to provide evidence in case of accidents.

Overall, body cameras are becoming increasingly popular in various industries as a tool for accountability, safety, and documentation.


How important is video quality?

Video quality is an essential aspect of body cameras, as it can impact the usefulness of the recorded footage. High-quality video can provide clear and detailed evidence that can be used in investigations or as part of training programs, while poor quality video may not be as useful and may even be inadmissible in court.

There are several factors that can affect video quality, including the camera's resolution, frame rate, and bitrate. Higher resolution cameras can capture more detail, while higher frame rates can produce smoother video with less motion blur. Bitrate, which determines the amount of data used to encode the video, can also affect video quality, with higher bitrates producing less compression and higher fidelity.

In addition to these technical factors, other elements such as lighting conditions, camera placement, and camera stability can also impact video quality. For example, cameras that are placed too low or too high, or that are subject to excessive shaking or movement, may produce blurry or distorted footage.

Overall, video quality is an important consideration when selecting and using body cameras. It is important to choose a camera with appropriate technical specifications for the intended use, and to ensure that cameras are positioned and operated in a way that maximizes video quality.

How much video storage will I need?

The amount of storage you need for your body worn camera will depend on a variety of factors, including the length and frequency of your recording sessions, the resolution and frame rate of your camera, and the amount of compression used in your video files.

As a general rule of thumb, a 64GB or 128GB storage capacity can provide sufficient storage for most users. However, it is important to note that the amount of storage you need will vary depending on how often you record, how long your recording sessions are, and the resolution and frame rate of your camera.

If you plan to record frequently or for extended periods of time, you may want to consider investing in a camera with a larger storage capacity or using an external hard drive or cloud storage solution to store your video footage.

It is also important to consider how you will manage and store your footage. Some cameras may come with software or tools that can help you organize and manage your video files, while others may require manual file management. It is important to have a plan in place for storing and accessing your footage, especially if it is being used for legal or evidentiary purposes.

where is my video footage stored?

The storage location for your video footage will depend on the type of body worn camera you are using and the settings you have configured.

Some cameras have built-in storage that saves the footage directly onto the device, while others may use removable memory cards or connect to external storage devices. Some cameras may also have cloud storage options that allow you to upload and store footage remotely.

In addition to the camera itself, your video footage may also be stored on your computer or other devices when you transfer it for backup or analysis. It is important to have a clear understanding of where your video footage is stored, especially if it is being used for legal or evidentiary purposes.

If you are using body worn cameras for law enforcement or security purposes, there may be specific regulations and guidelines for how and where footage can be stored, and who can access it. It is important to be familiar with these regulations and to follow best practices for data security and privacy.

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