The ICD-5200 uses our high resolution USB 2.0 camera to let you do live displays on your computer or record still images and video. Combined with our case reporting software (sold separately or for $100 as part of our Forensics Kit), it is our recommended solution for cell phone forensics. Native resolution is 2 megapixels or 5.2 megapixels with software enhancement (for our 10 megapixel forensics-only solution, see the Snap model).
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Ideal uses for the ICD-5200 include:
Capturing evidence in cell phone forensics
Live meetings where you want to present from a computer
Screen shots for print marketing materials or documentation
Displaying evidence in a courtroom
"There is really only one 'sure fire' way to document text messages, call logs, etc. from ALL cell phones. That way is to take pictures of the actual screen of the phone while the user accesses the various functions. We use a device called Project-a-Phone that is available from Paraben. It only costs , which is a bargain for documenting cell phone contents. We also have several multi-thousand dollar software/hardware combinations to get the cell phone data. However, no single solution gets all of the data from EVERY cell phone."
Sensei Enterprises, Inc.
If you already own the ICD-300 or ICD-1300, you can upgrade the camera without having to purchase the hardware again. Simply buy the upgrade package for $195, swap out the camera and holder, and install the new camera drivers.
Takes screen shots of up to 5.2 megapixels
Delivers up to 40 frames per second at SVGA resolution (800x600)
Accommodates screens up to 7.5cm/3.0" wide and 5.5cm/2.2" tall with standard lens and 12.0cm/8.0" wide and 4.7cm/3.5" tall with supplied wide angle lens.
Pentium 333 megahertz CPU or higher
Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 (64 or 32 bit)
1 available USB 2.0 port per device