+John Lee +Kevin Shea
As a professional who has fought that same battle at my agency, I know that there are pros/cons to wearing a camera or really any form of technology. We in the fire service are under constant scrutiny by the public (as we should be) and are held to the highest standards. If we are properly trained, and doing the job to the best of our ability, we shouldn't have a fear of the public. Where issues come in are when we are improperly equipped, trained, or are burdened with unrealistic expectations for what we can accomplish.
On another note, I can see this being an invaluable tool while in a Level A suit for looking up specifics on chemicals we didn't know were present when we entered a hot zone, or just to display readouts for air monitoring and breakthrough times for suits... I'm looking forward to the future.