Footage of suspect emerges after Bangkok blast


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I wish the Thai authorities the best of luck identifying the suspect based on the blobs in the video. Srsly, my $35 dash cam faithfully produces 1080p video. Why doesn’t the average security camera?


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Believe me, it’s not as easy as it seems. I bought several megapixel grade security cameras and the problem is the large areas covered. You would need dozens of cameras to cover a fairly small area at good quality. Once someone is 30 feet away from the camera they’re blurry blobs again.

On the bombing, that’s terrible and I hope the death toll doesn’t climb.


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Looks like this suspect is the typical age group for this kind of behavior.


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and typical gender, while we’re at it.


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Even at 24 frames per second, uncompressed 1080p video requires a data rate of 1.2Gbps.

At that rate, you could fill a 1TB drive in less than 2 hours. Not very practical when you’re recording 24/7 with several cameras at once.


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