45 thoughts on “Police Called for Photographer – Back up Called for Second Photographer

  1. This video starts well into the detainment. I asked ESPD why the video starts so late and they wouldn’t answer. I believe the answer is because at the beginning of the detainment the cop tells the photographer he broke the law by jaywalking and also was on Chevron property. Both of these are lies.

  2. Don’t “give up” any information…anything you say, anything, can be used against you…
    Even if you think you aren’t doing anything wrong…and it gets documented….
    Well done with the second photographer who didn’t talk 👍

  3. Hard to conclude that the image sensor is not equally important as the lens. To put it simply, an image sensor is to a digital camera what film is to an analog camera. Sensors in cameras, both still and video, come in a variety of sizes. Some popular sizes are Super 35 (Sony NEX-FS100), Full-frame (Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Nikon D800), APS-C (Canon EOS Rebel T5i, Nikon D7100), and Micro Four Thirds. Image sensors get smaller for compacts and high-end point and shoots, and smaller again for smartphones and other small cameras. So what makes a bigger sensor better?

    While an 18-megapixel point and shoot may have the same number of pixels as an 18-megapixel DSLR, the DSLR has a much bigger sensor. As a result, those 18 million pixels are considerably larger on the DSLR chip. This is referred to as having a lower pixel density, as the same number of pixels have a larger area to occupy on an image sensor.

    What this means to us is that each pixel is able to capture more light information, meaning better color depth for precision of color captured, greater dynamic range or amount of light intensity, meaning better and more accurate definition in light and dark areas of an image, and a much cleaner image. When talking about low light performance in cameras, it is the sensor that makes good performance possible.
    I cite fair use for my cut and paste here.

    That extra light captured by pixels on an image sensor with more surface area translates to better performance in low light scenarios and less digital noise.

  4. In many auditing videos cops make it a point to say they're videoing too, but as we see that means absolutely nothing because cops conveniently lose footage and sometimes whole videos when they show cops involved in wrong doing.

  5. Sign this guy up for the Bassmasters Tour…he fancies himself quite the fisherman. What a useless turd…all that money we pay him and he’s on his radio reporting citizens engaged in legal activity to dispatch. Funny how they all scratch their head and wonder why there’s a disconnect between cops and the public. Thank you for what you do Katman…a true professional and pioneer.

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