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New 360 cameras released for police K9s

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The company "Blue Line Innovations" released the world's first 360 degree body camera.         
Now the company has announced the release of a 360 body camera for K9s.
This body camera, designed for K9s in law enforcement and military, can be placed on the animal's harness.
It will provide a full view of what's going on around the K9 and handler.
    

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