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So I hear many of you say you carry digital recorders with you. Any recommendations on specific models to look or, or better yet specific ones NOT to look at?

Also, when it comes to recording a conversation...are you allowed to record without the other parties consent, or do you have to make them aware you are recording? Any other laws to keep in mind on this topic?

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Even better would be (and I'm going to get one of these) a pen camera -- with audio/video. There was a booth at the last Gwinnett gun show where a guy was selling these. spypen4u.com I think is his website.
 

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martin_j001 said:
So I hear many of you say you carry digital recorders with you. Any recommendations on specific models to look or, or better yet specific ones NOT to look at?

Also, when it comes to recording a conversation...are you allowed to record without the other parties consent, or do you have to make them aware you are recording? Any other laws to keep in mind on this topic?

Thanks!
If you run a search on the forum you will find several threads on the topic.
 

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Adam5 said:
martin_j001 said:
So I hear many of you say you carry digital recorders with you. Any recommendations on specific models to look or, or better yet specific ones NOT to look at?

Also, when it comes to recording a conversation...are you allowed to record without the other parties consent, or do you have to make them aware you are recording? Any other laws to keep in mind on this topic?

Thanks!
If you run a search on the forum you will find several threads on the topic.
Doh! Usually do that, didn't this time. Found some recommendations, etc. Looking for more info regarding laws on this topic as well.
 

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Sony ICD-PX820. I am extremely happy with the quality of the recordings, the large internal memory, and the ease with which I can transfer recordings to and from popular computer systems with this particular recorder. I especially like that its native recording format is mp3, I can just plug it into my laptop, it looks just like a USB drive and I can just drag the recordings over to my desktop. No proprietary software required.

$50 at Amazon.com.
 
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