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pocket camera review - Pocket Radar

Pocket Radar Personal Speed Radar

Pocket Radar Personal Speed Radar

Pocket Radar Personal Radar Gun The next generation in speed radar technology. The worlds smallest full performance radar gun. Compact and convenient, making it the preferred radar gun for many pro scouts and top college coaches. - Baseball Coach/ScoreKeeper

Pocket Radar-Pro Performance in the Palm of Your Hand
Pocket Radar is the next generation in radar gun technology. It delivers the same great accuracy as other professional radar guns at a fraction of the cost and fits in the palm of your hand. Its compact size allows you to keep it within reach any time you need it.
Pocket Radar allows anyone to afford the same accurate speed measurements as other professional radar guns in a smaller, more convenient package. The hand-held size allows you to take measurements discreetly without changing the behavior of athletes or those you are observing. It can do more than traditional radar guns, including measuring runner speed and acceleration, as well as ball speed out of the hand, and ball speed off the bat, stick, club, or racquet. It is also great for skiing, soccer, R/C hobbies, motorsports, traffic safety, and more.
This is a picture of a race car Innovation from the Inside Out
The simple point-and-shoot interface easily allows you to measure speed with the touch of a single button and can take over 10,000 readings from two standard AAA batteries. This allows you to go months, instead of hours, on a single set of batteries. Built from the same high-impact plastic as hockey helmets, the Pocket Radar is rugged enough to perform well in even the most demanding sports environments.

Powerful Coaching Tool
Perfect for many different sports, the Pocket Radar was named "Best of Show" at the 2011 American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) convention. Coaches from hundreds of top college and professional teams are already changing their game with Pocket Radar. A big hit at the December 2010 Major League Baseball (MLB) Winter Meetings; many pro baseball teams have already started using the Pocket Radar in their programs. Some of the earliest adopters include the Los Angeles Dodgers, Oakland A's, Chicago White Sox, Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals.

Pocket Radar's Many Powerful Uses:
Training and rehabilitation
Scouting and recruiting
Try-outs and evaluations
Ball speed off the bat, stick, club or racquet
Discreet measurement without changing the game
Runner speed and acceleration
Ball machine calibration
Great for baseball, softball, tennis, hockey, golf, soccer, cricket, lacrosse, motorsports, racing, R/C hobbies, traffic safety and much more

Key Advantages:
Small hand-held size; fits in your pocket
Simple one-button interface
Discreet and unobtrusive
A multitude of uses
Rugged and durable
Longer battery life; uses standard batteries and can also use rechargeable batteries
Memory recall of last ten speed readings
Never needs calibration

What People are Saying about Pocket Radar
"The Pocket Radar is a great new scouting tool. It's so convenient that I always take it with me. With all the travel I do as a National Crosschecker, having this ultra compact radar gun makes my job easier."--Jeff Zona, Pro Baseball Scout, Washington Nationals.
"The Pocket Radar is so compact and easy to use; we now use radar on the field every day. Giving feedback this frequently has enabled us to achieve a level of performance that was not possible before."--Tim Walton, Head Softball Coach, University of Florida.
"Minnetonka High School Hockey has used the Pocket Radar at our annual skills competition to determine our team's hardest shot and fastest skater." "The Pocket Radar is a great tool to use at the ice rink for competition and/or monitoring off season improvement."" ""I would recommend the Pocket Radar to any youth, high school, junior or college hockey team."-- Brian Urick, Hockey Coach, Minnetonka High School, Minnesota
"The Pocket Radar is so convenient, it's the only radar that I use for my bullpen. At this price, I can have a radar gun wherever I need one."--Andy Lopez, Head Baseball Coach, University of Arizona.
"We have been so impressed with the Pocket Radar that it has become the only radar gun we use for coaching and scouting."--Mike Candrea, Head Softball Coach, University of Arizona, 2004 Olympic Gold Medal Winning USA Softball Coach.
This is a picture of the CES logoHow It Works
The Pocket Radar is a Doppler speed radar system, which works by emitting a small pulse of radio waves in an invisible focused beam, similar to the shape of a flashlight beam. When the radio wave hits an object that is moving toward or away from the Pocket Radar, a small amount of the wave reflects back. The Pocket Radar receives the reflected radio wave and compares it to the original transmitted radio wave, calculates the difference between the two waves, and displays the object's speed--all of which happens almost instantly.
Breakthrough Technology
The Pocket Radar has received multiple industry awards including the Consumer Electronics Show's (CES) ""Innovation Honoree in Personal Electronics"" award. In creating the world's most compact speed radar device, all aspects of Doppler radar technology have been reassessed, re-engineered, and rebuilt by top design engineers to achieve a unique product that delivers full-sized performance in a miniaturized package. Compared to standard, bulky radar guns, the Pocket Radar is a fraction of the size and weight, and further boasts:
Easy one-button operation with point and shoot interface
No calibration required
Portable design with rugged casing
Memory recall of up to 10 previous speeds

Technical Specifications:
Measures 2.3 by 4.7 by 0.8 inches (W x H x D)
Weighs 3.7 ounces without batteries and 4.5 ounces with batteries
Battery life of more than 10,000 readings on two AAA alkaline batteries
Range (under good radar conditions): baseball from 120 feet or car from 0.5 miles
Measures from 7 to 375 miles per hour (MPH), 11 to 600 kilometers per hour (KPH)
Accurate to plus or minus 1 MPH or plus or minus 2 KPH
24 GHz ""K-Band"" operating frequency
Operating temperature range of 20 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
Recommended storage temperature range of -40 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit
Measures: miles per hour (MPH), kilometers per hour (KPH), feet per second (FPS), and meters per second (MPS)
The Pocket Radar Personal Radar Gun includes a limited one-year manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.This is a picture showing what's in the box

What's in the Box?
The Pocket Radar comes with everything you need to get started, including the Pocket Radar, a hard-shell carrying case, set of two AAA alkaline batteries, wrist strap, and Quick Start Guide.
This is a picture showing what's in the box

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