Basically my thoughts after my initial post.Freaking out over bodycams is a bit of a knee-jerk reaction. With any type of surveillance on Eternity you cannot see the conversation nor see the names of who you're in conversation with. The only name you can see is the person that has the bio-signal on. The only thing the bodycams are doing is creating a way of having to be more creative. As said above, you can either go '10-7' and deactivate your biosignal for the camera to be inaccessible, or be creative. You need to speak to a resistance member? Act as if you're patting them down so that whoever may be watching thinks it's just a standard stop. Not everyone and their mother would have access to this, either.
Just try and keep an open mind to it. If it becomes an issue, it can easily be removed.
"Current Technology forbids this" is something that isn't going to hold water this iteration I think. Because the Combine are here and things are drastically different with an inter-universal Union. I'm stating that recorded files would just be horrid on body-cams and be a step too far.not to mention that the technology at the time (in 1998, body cameras were experimented with) wouldn't be able to accommodate the size of the files. "combine tech" or not, i don't imagine there's a 1tb ssd on those cams
most modern bodycams today don't even record 100% of the time. mostly, they are on and recording, but only saving 15 seconds before the 'record' button is actually pressed.not to mention that the technology at the time (in 1998, body cameras were experimented with) wouldn't be able to accommodate the size of the files. "combine tech" or not, i don't imagine there's a 1tb ssd on those cams