Regine reports in her Near Near about the FlashCam that has already been attached to street furniture in 52 locations in London, Glasgow and Birmingham, where it aims to deter...

Regine reports in her Near Near about the FlashCam that has already been attached to street furniture in 52 locations in London, Glasgow and Birmingham, where it aims to deter vandalism, in particular graffiti, prostitution and illegal trash dumping.

The FlashCam-530 senses motion up to 100 feet away. When motion is detected, the system starts taking 35 mm photographs. A bright flash goes off and a loud voice message warns the intruder to "leave the area now" and that his/her photograph is being taken.

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