radar camera

radar camera

[′rā‚där ‚kam·rə]
(optics)
A special manual or automatic camera used to photograph images on a radarscope. Also known as radarscope camera.
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Police said they caught up with the thief after a radar camera captured him speeding on Shaikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Street at 8.
The speeding bus carrying the illegal immigrants including women and children was detected by a radar camera on the yzmir-EceE-me Highway in the Torasan neighborhood.
Besides, tell me when and where you last saw a traffic cop if not holding a radar camera to his face or featuring on a motorbike?
The image was taken from a BAC 1-11 aircraft using a state-of-the-art radar camera.
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However, he saw that the cars were caught on a radar camera on Al Wasl Road towards the Iranian Hospital.
Wrigley said that USPT will be added to the Lockheed Martin IMS team that currently is working in Australia on one of the world's largest red-light and speed radar camera projects.
was speeding near Dubai Academic City, causing the radar camera to flash.
ANGRY driver Alan Hesketh was back in court yesterday after warning other motorists about a hidden police radar camera.
There is no flash from the aging grey photo radar camera angled to the right of the road.
For example, if a signboard says the speed limit is 80 km/h, the radar camera will click above 100km/h," he said.