Digital cameras can be useful for investigative and documentary purposes where reasonable and appropriate. The selection of digital or conventional film imaging equipment should be based on a determination of whether the predicted image will be of sufficient quality to meet investigative and documentary purposes. Such a determination should be based upon real world testing under conditions normally encountered and judged against results obtained using current methods.
This document provides proper procedures for documenting evidence through the use of digital cameras.
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