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Add Point and Shoot Cameras for special forces.
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Please add Point and Shoot Cameras for special forces to capture evidence and for reconnaissance.

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2385781690
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None
Resolution
Open
Reproducibility
N/A
Category
Feature Request
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This would add another dimension to the gameplay.

Incorporating some system for the game to recognise what you've taken pictures of. ie. Targets, dead bodies, evidence etc.

Note: This is not the same as a helmet camera (eg. Tactical micro camera).

Special Forces use point and shoot cameras for reconnaissance and intelligence gathering.(Hi-Res photos)

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medusacadenza edited Additional Information. (Show Details)
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medusacadenza set Legacy ID to 2385781690.May 7 2016, 2:21 PM
Bohemia added a subscriber: bez.May 31 2013, 1:56 PM

Small, durable cameras for reconnaissance used by special forces.

New mission types could be created based on information gathering.

duplicate of certain ticket asking for in-helmet cameras

This is not the same as a helmet camera (eg. Tactical micro camera).

Special Forces use point and shoot cameras for reconnaissance and intelligence gathering.(Hi-Res photos)

weren't then those added in ArmA 2? i think it was on red harvest in one of the missions, but it was just mentioned, not used

b101uk added a subscriber: b101uk.May 7 2016, 2:21 PM
b101uk added a comment.Jun 1 2013, 9:01 AM

There was a similar mechanism used in TKoH using the helicopter PiP display to take pictures of key locations in order to complete the mission,

I am sure also that in either OFP and is expansions or in A2 there was one mission requiring taking photos, but it’s a long time since I have played OFP or its expansions so may be confusing it with some other game!

I'm not aware of this being in ARMA already.

bez added a comment.Jun 4 2013, 1:29 PM

Special forces or specialized intel gathering units
also use DSLR cameras and also sophisticated cameras that you are not even aware of, other than that +1 :)

Totally agree bez.